Trekking

Look Mom, I really am brushing my hair.

Look Mom, I really am brushing my hair. Also, if you squint, you can see Himalayan peaks in the background.

 

Here are some pictures from the trek I just went on.  I’ll post some more up in a bit along with some writing about it.  I don’t have time at the moment–I need to run to Nepali class!

 

 

Hiking Path.

Hiking Path.

 

Hiking next to Himalayan glacier run-off.

Hiking next to Himalayan glacier run-off.

 

Himalayan mountain in the full-moon light.

Himalayan mountain in the full-moon light.

 

Another peak in the distance.

Another peak in the distance.

 

Sunrise at 5:33am.

Sunrise at 5:33am.

 

This is what a lot of the "tea houses" that we stayed in while trekking looked like.  Pretty clean and full of tourists.

This is what a lot of the "tea houses" that we stayed in while trekking looked like. Pretty clean and full of tourists.

 

 

 

One thought on “Trekking

  1. Sara I have been keeping tabs on your trip, both through the ethernet and energetically. You have chosen an challenging journey and seemed to have done well through all the outrageous, intense, humors and provoking experiences. It is nice to hear you were able to unwind a bit from India. I too took a while to unwind from India and at the same time as I never wanted to go back, I long to go back. Trekking in Nepal is a great way to connect back to some simplicity, beauty and fresh air.
    I am thinking of you. May your journey continue to wondrously unfold.
    Darlene

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