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Trekking in the Khumbu pt. 3

Location: Khumbu Valley, Nepal

Walking on from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche Monastery

12 Apr 2008, 10:57AM

Monks chanting in Khumjung Monastery. The Sherpa people originally came over the mountain passes from Tibet so the religion here is Tibetan Buddhism

12 Apr 2008, 10:27AM

At the prayer wheel gatehouse for Khumjung Village, home of the School and Hospital funded by the Hilary Foundation

12 Apr 2008, 2:01PM

Namche through the afternoon clouds walking back down from our acclimatisation jaunt to Khumjung

12 Apr 2008, 11:02AM

Hannah re-booting up outside the Monastery entrance

14 Apr 2008, 8:41AM

Looking back down the valley towards Lukla. The first 2 days were spent walking up this valley to the hill I'm stood on.

12 Apr 2008, 3:52PM

Brilliant idea! Not sure why we didn't do it now...

14 Apr 2008, 8:50AM

Everest summit on the left, Lhotse on the right. They look the same height because Lhotse is closer to us.

14 Apr 2008, 8:41AM

Everest Summit is just visible poking through the clouds immediately to the right of me - after it having been so elusive up that point, I was delighted!

14 Apr 2008, 9:19AM

Longer view of Everest, Lhotse and pointy Ama Dablam on the right pf the picture

14 Apr 2008, 8:52AM

Porter on the trail and Thamserku through the clouds

14 Apr 2008, 12:46PM

Me and a delighted young Sherpani girl at Tengboche. I was delighted because I'd just reached the top of an hour long hill to get there!

14 Apr 2008, 11:35AM

A proper Yak! Well actually a Nak - female Yak. Yak/Cow crossbreeds are called Dzopkio or Dzo.



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At the prayer wheel gatehouse for Khumjung Village, home of the School and Hospital funded by the Hilary Foundation

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Monks chanting in Khumjung Monastery. The Sherpa people originally came over the mountain passes from Tibet so the religion here is Tibetan Buddhism

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Hannah re-booting up outside the Monastery entrance

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Namche through the afternoon clouds walking back down from our acclimatisation jaunt to Khumjung

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Brilliant idea! Not sure why we didn't do it now...

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Looking back down the valley towards Lukla. The first 2 days were spent walking up this valley to the hill I'm stood on.

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Everest Summit is just visible poking through the clouds immediately to the right of me - after it having been so elusive up that point, I was delighted!

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Everest summit on the left, Lhotse on the right. They look the same height because Lhotse is closer to us.

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Porter on the trail and Thamserku through the clouds

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Longer view of Everest, Lhotse and pointy Ama Dablam on the right pf the picture

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A proper Yak! Well actually a Nak - female Yak. Yak/Cow crossbreeds are called Dzopkio or Dzo.

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Me and a delighted young Sherpani girl at Tengboche. I was delighted because I'd just reached the top of an hour long hill to get there!