0262 Amadablam
Jul 23, 2007Public
Photo: Kathmandu as seen from the roof of our hotel in Thamel
Photo: The beautiful Swayambhunath on top of a hill in the Kathmandu valley (Monkey Temple)
Photo: On the eastern side of Kathmandu is the huge stupa of Boudhanath, the largest stupa in Nepal and one of the largest in the world
Photo: A hazy morning in Kathmandu and a white Himalayan peak in the background
Photo: Lyngve is blessed by a lama in Kathmandu
Photo: Looking out of the window in the Twin Otter flight to Lukla
Photo: Lukla Airport on a beautiful day
Photo: Organizing the expedition gear in Lukla
Photo: Marcus is leaving Lukla, and heading for Phakding. Notice all the soldiers.
Photo: Marcus gives away Canadian pencils to kids in Khumbu
Photo: A Stupa not far away from Phakding
Photo: Our campsite in Phakding with all our yellow Northface tents
Photo: A scenic landscape between Phakding and Namche. Thamserku (6608m) towers above the deep gorge.
Photo: We have arrived the guesthouse in Namche
Photo: Marc and Anthony in Namche
Photo: On our first acclimatisation day, we hiked up the hill beyond Namche and had our first glimpse of Ama Dablam
Photo: Vanessa and the rest of the team on a dayhike to Thame
Photo: Anthony and me bouldering on a rainy day
Photo: Anthony is giving his donation to a very remote monastery between Namche and Thame
Photo: Lyngve and the friendly monk, who invited us (Anthony and me) to a cup of tea and bisquits
Photo: We had splendid view of Thamserku (6608m) when we hiked from Namche to Tengboche
Photo: Crossing a bridge below Tengboche
Photo: Evening in the dining tent in a small village above Tengboche (Dewoche)
Photo: Early morning and we have almost arrived the village of Pangboche