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Day Nine Dingboche to Dughlia

Day Nine – Dingboche to Dughlia     30 September

We retraced our steps into the town for the initial part of the walk and then took a trail along the side of the hills past yak pastures and herders huts. 259 more words


Day Eight Acclimatisation in Dingboche

Hard and slippery acclimatisation day climb

Imja Chola River from above Dingboche

You realise how small you are. That’s me in the red


Day Seven Shomare to Dingboche

Day Seven – Shomare to Dingboche Monday 28 September 2015

3 hours walking today.

The yaks that arrived after dark the night before at our lodge were brought from the hill early in the morning. 640 more words


Naming Mountains Above Dingboche

One reason why you should take a guide or porter guide with you…

…they teach you all the names of mountains ! But there are lots more reasons…


Down to Deboche

After yesterdays snow, it’s another glorious day in Nepal.  And we have a lie in – our wakeup call doesn’t come until 7am, although now we’re all usually awake by 0530, even if we don’t move out of our sleeping bags.   629 more words



Tea time is usually 430pm.  Another excuse for our World Expeditions Team to ensure that we keep our fluids up – tea, coffee, hot water, hot chocolate and biscuits arrive and are consumed by all.   1,127 more words