25 April 2014 -
Crowded Kathmandu is now far behind us. Yesterday we could experience the
transition between the valley and the high lands where the farmers are growing
barley and Rye which they will harvest after the monsoon.
It's a fantastic feeling to see the terraces, and houses built on the slopes
and the green and greener areas before Kodari.
We crossed the border at noon, entering in the territory of Tibet. The
Friendship Bridge separates two different worlds. We are on the other side
now, and we can see the great improvement in the buildings and roads.
The group is great, we are all having a great time and enjoying the clear air
of the high lands. Tomorrow, according to the plan, we will drive to Thingri
to spend another two nights in order to let the body acclimatize.
You could be here also, so why not to join us next season?
Thank you for following our expedition at www.SummitClimbNews.com
Bye for now, Angel Ezequiel Armesto (Expedition leader)
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