Everest Basecamp Trek 2019 – Trekking Yetis Enjoy Namche Bazaar

Namaste Everyone,

Our hike today from Tengboche to Namche was incredible. We were so lucky to see two male Danphes (the national bird of Nepal) just off the trail (pictured below)… And a HUGE herd of Himalayan Tahr!

This afternoon we visited Namche School, where one of the students said that he thought that Doug looked like Gallileo, whom the class was reading about at the time. Doug’s reaction is below.

We will all enjoy the comforts of the Panorama Lodge tonight and then head to Lukla in one long push tomorrow. Our last day of trekking – here already.

Carole Tejas

 

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