Everest Base Camp

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2nd Oct ~ 14th Oct......

*First ever air plane ride and the ride is towards Lukla, listed in Worldsm most Extreme and Dangerous Airport....

*Cool walks over many suspension bridges and nature at its best, heading towards a Monjo....

*With the warm cup of tea, heading towards Namche Bazar and the view of the two suspension bridge in Jorsalle was a epic view and awesome to walk on....

*Four days stay in Namche Bazar, were the food was super delicios at Hotel Namche and and we were few of the Nepali tourist there so most of the people knew us and kids were most of em....

*Base Camp trek started on Oct 7th...

*Namche to Pengboche : The view of mountains and the beautiful trail, made us forget all the tiredness....

*Pengboce to Thokla : Walking with people with good heart, invited over their Hotel to pass the night out and it was a freaking shivery cold night....

*Thokla to Gorekshep : People were amazed to see us climb so quick, two and a half day to Gorekshep for Namche. They even said we were crazy to try that and thank god we didnt had altitute sickness.
We even had a thought to reach Base Camp the same day, but the locals suggessted us not too.
Yes.! we were crazy to think so.!...

*10th Oct
Climbing up to Kala Patthar at four in the morning was a rush to catch the sunrise view and man it was worth of climbing and reached Base Camp the same day and back to Gorekshep....

*Gorekshep to Debuche through Dengboche : Crazy way down got to witness snow fall and thinking of the Marathon participaints, how they manage to run back down from BaseCamp to Namche in less than 4 hours. We gave it a try too but ended at Debuche....

*Debuche to Namche : Last Night at a beautiful warm place as we hiked down to Lukla....

*Lukla 13th Oct. A cozy cool hotel and a sound sleep...

*14th Oct . flight back home. Cant wait to see everyone and share the experience....

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Pramin Manandhar

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