Things I Liked List

Things I liked on the Everest Base Camp Trek

Boxes of ancient papers Khumjung Manastery Nepal

  1. momos
  2. the first day walking to Phakding
  3. walking everyday
  4. talking with Dawa in Lukla
  5. hearing the rush of the river
  6. hearing the yak bells
  7. the vista in Dingboche
  8. the feeling having climbed to the top of Kala Patthar
  9. seeing eagles soaring high above
  10. the boxes of papers in the monastery at Khumjung
  11. the hot shower in Dingboche
  12. hearing the stone masons and the noise of the town above Namche
  13. the donkey trains
  14. sitting at our meals at the end of the day with a sense of achievement
  15. water
  16. black tea
  17. everything yak

with inspiration from this lovely blog

via Daily Prompt: Minimal

21 thoughts on “Things I Liked List

  1. Pingback: All Things Yak on the EBC Track | The Year I Touched My Toes

    • Hi Caroline, You are the only person who has commented on the image. I love the photo.They are boxes of old documents in the Khumjung Monastery. From memory all the monasteries had a similar wall of the boxes.I should research this. I have plans for a post on the religious elements along the track. The monasteries were so simple but rich in colour on the inside. Another one to get a crack on with….

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      • I love the photo too and I’m glad to know a bit more about it, thanks! At first I thought it might have something to do with death (little niches of ashes or personal articles) but didn’t want to display my ignorance. Interesting stuff. I look forward to reading more when you get the chance (always another thing to write about and never enough time…I know!)


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