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Day #11 - What goes up must come down

AUSTRALIA | Wednesday, 9 October 2019 | Views [87]

Pangboche (3990m) > Kyangjuma (3500m)

And into the forrest I go to loose my mind and find my soul.

We're back into the tree line, it's damp and when we past through here just a few days ago it was warmer. The temperature is definately dropping. And the people walking towards us! There must of been god weather for the flights to bring in the trekkers. you notice when flights have been cancelled and delayed it directly affects how many people are on the trail. So dispite tha name of todays blog - there are ALOT of ups. This has been a major difference to previous hikes I've done. With sooooooo many river crossings on swing bridges it requires a decent and accent every time - and this can be heartbreaking. You're essentially doubling up the aount of leg work you' expect you'd need to do.

We cme across some Nepalese Po0lice with Rifles..... One was making fun of me I was sure..... so I charged him..... Full Body Style.... I actually connected shoulders with him.... lucky for me, Courts and Kumar - they all found it funny.... LUCKY

Regardless though we arrive at Kyangjuma around 2:30pm, which is fabulous. Enough time to muck around with our bags, write up some notes, and try not to get tooooo excited at the prospect of a hot shower in Namche tomorrow.

It's now been officially 9 days since my hair has seen shampoo, and it's one big gianmt oil slick. I can' imagiene why I haven't attracted a man in my current condition. Like really? I've outdone myself.

#IRequireAFullBodyDisinfectant

 

 

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