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Trekking in the Khumbu pt. 1

Location: Khumbu Valley, Nepal

The first section of our trek - Kathmandu to Phakding

10 Apr 2008, 8:11AM

Lukla runway....ooeerrr.

10 Apr 2008, 7:13AM

Our tiny little aeroplane at Kathmandu airport

10 Apr 2008, 11:47AM

Me and a huarge Prayer Wheel. Note the handy arrow on the floor to make sure you spin it the right way!

10 Apr 2008, 11:33AM

Tamang Porters they are proabably carrying about 100-120kgs. They use the sticks they rest the load on as walking sticks up and down hills.

10 Apr 2008, 4:57PM

Dzopkio and people train over the Dudh Kosi river

10 Apr 2008, 4:16PM

A typical Sherpa village on the trail with kids playing in the street.

11 Apr 2008, 9:37AM

Porter loads for camping treks - they tie 3, yes 3 duffle bags together plus one on top. Makes a handy hen perch.

11 Apr 2008, 9:33AM

The lovely Khumbu valley looking towards Namche Bazaar (our day 2 destination - up on the hill)

11 Apr 2008, 11:47AM

At the entrance to the Sagarmatha Nat. Park. Sagarmatha is the Nepali name for Everest.

11 Apr 2008, 10:00AM

Monjo village looking towards Khumbi Yul Ha peak. Looks abit Swiss doesn't it?

11 Apr 2008, 11:53AM

Buddhist paintings and prayer wheels in the gatehouse.

11 Apr 2008, 11:52AM

Hayden, Hannah and I about to go into the Park.



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Our tiny little aeroplane at Kathmandu airport

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Lukla runway....ooeerrr.

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Tamang Porters they are proabably carrying about 100-120kgs. They use the sticks they rest the load on as walking sticks up and down hills.

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Me and a huarge Prayer Wheel. Note the handy arrow on the floor to make sure you spin it the right way!

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A typical Sherpa village on the trail with kids playing in the street.

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Dzopkio and people train over the Dudh Kosi river

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The lovely Khumbu valley looking towards Namche Bazaar (our day 2 destination - up on the hill)

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Porter loads for camping treks - they tie 3, yes 3 duffle bags together plus one on top. Makes a handy hen perch.

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Monjo village looking towards Khumbi Yul Ha peak. Looks abit Swiss doesn't it?

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At the entrance to the Sagarmatha Nat. Park. Sagarmatha is the Nepali name for Everest.

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Hayden, Hannah and I about to go into the Park.

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Buddhist paintings and prayer wheels in the gatehouse.