EBC Trek 2019 – Khumbu Trekkers Return to KTM

Namaste Everyone,

Greetings from the big city of Kathmandu. It’s a bit of sensory overload after the tranquillity and greenery of the Khumbu Valley, but we are embracing the mayhem nonetheless. We had a smooth and scenic helicopter flight from Lukla to Kathmandu this morning. It was an exciting finish to our trip.

Tomorrow we’ll spend some free time exploring the city and then meet up for one last dinner as a team.

Thanks for following us!

Carole Tejas

 

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