A lovely campsite for the Trekkers after a spectacular day with amazing views

 

Hello there friends, family, and loved ones Trekkers in Bhutan. We’re reporting in from a lovely campsite.

We’ve had a spectacular day. We got to see lots of mountains, lots of waterfalls, and lots of tree roots. But in the meantime, we all made it up here in good spirits and looking forward to going over the pass tomorrow, so stay tuned.

We are now presently camped at about 4,000 meters above sea level and looking forward to another snappy dinner. Did I mention we had pizza last night, wow was that good!

So in the meantime, ta ta for now!

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