We’re starting to get up in the mountains finally! A stop in Chame and then on to Upper Pisang – With utterly incredible views. The days’ logs if interested: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lujqUIOcixJ4luwYlxADMqiST1KZzlW8b-FOK3bG-qE/edit?usp=sharing
Our little tea house room and great morning view in Danagyu
Close up of mountains we couldn’t see yesterday due to the weather.
Mandy and the mouintain
Compare Mandy and that rock – this slab of rock fell across the trail…recently. Fresh stone where it used to be attached
Where the chunk came from above the trail.
That’s a loooong suspension bridge! Mandy almost across.
Another Mandy and the mountain! Beautiful.
This villager weaving baskets. Zoom in and check out his hat…
Mandy in the middle of another bridge
Happy Mandy enjoying the hot springs in Chame. The Nepalese in this area are conservative when it comes to women flesh so I made Mandy wear a shirt with her bikini (as if I can make Mandy do anything…Let’s say she consented to wear the shirt)
Day 6 – waking up in Chame to clear skies.
Our tea house was pretty modern, although the shower kept going from burning to cold.
Snowy Himalaya peaking over the nearby mountains.
Entrance/exit to the village
The Paungda Danda “Gateway to Heaven”. 5000 feet from the top to the river down below.
Paungda Danda from another angle as we hike on to Upper Pisang.
We’re getting further along…
Looking the other way towards Pisang
Annapurna II (I think) very impressive!
View from tea house roof.
Inside a gompa in Upper Pisang
Can’t do videos currently but this is a snapshot from one.