Namaste High Trekkers Return to Kathmandu

Namaste Friends, Family & Loved Ones,

We woke up in Lukla this morning to clear skies- perfect for flying back to Kathmandu. Our flight was smooth, delayed only a bit by heavy air traffic in Kathmandu.

This afternoon we cleaned up, relaxed and, yes, did some more shopping. Tonight, we celebrated our success over a great dinner.

Tomorrow, the team will have some free time to do more exploring of the city and get ready to fly back to you.

This will be the last Cybercast for the Namaste High trekkers. Thanks so much for following our adventure!

Carole Tejas

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