(The village of Namche Bazaar in the back. The biggest village you encounter on the way to Base Camp)
They are so pretty!!! The light color one is my favorite! I love that picture.
We arrived to a little village and asked for more direction. We had to go up the hill to reach the altitude we needed for today (you can see the wild horse on the hill… it was so beautiful with the blue sky!)
And there he was!!! Still eating!
Got you Sandesh!!!
On our way back to Namche Bazaar we took a different route. Basically if you look very low you will see the first route we took in the morning. We are heading back but in higher altitude (clear as mud for an explanation?).
I know what you are thinking… this is a very safe way to transport gas! haha : )
So after that Sandesh and I split. He went to the hotel and I went for a little walk in the town. I saw the prayer wheel around a Stupa (temple) and decided to go around the Stupa to turn them all. Someone told me that when you do that you have to turn all of them without missing one. So I did. While doing that I had the impression that two local ladies were looking at me a little funny but I felt confident that even if I was what they are referring here as a foreigner that I had the right to do this so I did it and turn them all.
I open it and proceed. I than stood in the middle of a helipad. I was surrounded by clouds. I thought no one probably flies in this weather. Clouds are so thick I could not see across all the mountains. What a different scenery from this morning. I was than really drawn towards the other side of the helipad.
After walking a few feet from it I saw this beautiful waterfall.
Val : )