Another great meal to end another spectacular day including a sort of yak herd parade amidst the views

 

Hello there friends, family, and loved ones, these are the Trekkers in Bhutan and we’re reporting in.

It’s evening time and we just finished a great meal. People are in high spirits. We had another spectacular day. We saw mountains, waterfalls, villages, and lots of yaks. We seemed to be in sort of a yak herd parade today.

Wow, pretty much it, been fun! (laughter in background) Stay tuned for tomorrow.

Oh, all doing well. I think I mentioned that, but if not, we’re all doing well. We’re at 3,800 meters above sea level. Ta ta for now!

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