03 April 2006, Namche..

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Nicholas Johnson-17yrs.


After a reinvigorating 11 hour sleep we woke up and headed to Namche bazer,the sherpa capital of the world. Soon we tapped through the entrance of Sagarmatha National park and headed down to a river basin. We crossed two suspensions bridge, one strong high above a raging river of glacial runoff. Then a long 1/2 mile vertical climbs to Namche bazar. The sun beat down on our neck as we came upon the shell of an old Sherpa teahouse. Through a slit in a group of frog out confers,Groups at Namche bazar Mt. Everest presented herself, snow plume and all, to our exhausted, breathes selves. We were on the trail again up to our arrival in the colorful somewhat commercialized capital of Namche
bazer. It seems that everyday, as the day progress, the majestic mountain peaks are shrounded in a douse fog. The views are breathtaking, in mountain one way and our group is excited to continue the trek toward kalapatthar…