Everest Base Camp Trek January 2019 Day Six: Pangboche 3985m to Dingboche 4410m

Day Six, i woke up at 6 AM, Water completely frozen in the bottle that why guys i advice you to put the bottle of water inside the sleeping back with you before sleeping so that you can drink water in the morning. After a quick breakfast we started our trekking to Dingboche. i was happy to leave the lodge in Pangboche because as i told you, there was a lack of everything in there especially the heater the WiFi the ambiance and the quality of food.
this time the circuit started to progressively changing , more snow more wind the view always breathtaking , we met a few of trekkers returning from the Everest base camp, no accident were reported or bad weather. We stopped to have lunch in Ganesha’s friend lodge, there we met with a cute little girl, she was on holiday , she is studying in Namche Bazaar, she as son happily surprised when she saw my stethoscope, she speaks English fluently and told me that her dream is to become a nurse so that she can help children in her village :), i explained to her that there are children in her age living in the other side of the world in the Atlas Mountains who have nothing, no schools no healthcare no libraries no hope…… i was upon to tell her that politicians in my country are a bunch of motherF……. greedy selfish incompetent and thieves and that they were supported by other corrupt politicians motherf…… from Europe and USA ……. but finally i thought that it was not a good idea to tell that to a child πŸ™‚ :). I took a photo souvenir and
after that we continued our trip till another village where i met another little boy who also sent positive energy and support to the children in the Moroccan Atlas Mountains. After 5 hours trekking we arrived to Dingboche , fortunately we found a good place to stay “Snow Lion Lodge” we first had lunch, i went out on a tour, outside it seems as a ghost village out of the season of trekking. At 4 PM, we gathered around the heater where we met with Oliver an intrepid trekker from Denmark, we laughed so high while he was telling us about his trek and that the heater was functioning with “Yak shit” πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ My Dear Oliver where ever you are now, i love you ,you are a real case πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ i will never forget your answer when i asked you if you were interested to climb the Everest ? ” Hell no…… i love trekking because it is about discovering nature , beautiful places……. in the summit of Everest there is nothing but EGO ” You know what Oliver, you were right πŸ™‚ After warming our frozen bodies i went to my room , a real fridge , with tears in my eyes from the cold , i put myself in my bed. tomorrow is Acclimatization Day πŸ™‚

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