Everest Base Camp Trek January 2019 Day Eight: Dingboche 4410m to Lobuche 4930m

Day Eight, i woke up at 6AM, in joy happiness and frozen testicles 🙂 yes dear fellows, the temperature was minus 30 degrees in the middle of the night . I meditate a little to give time to my organs to calm down so i can urinate in peace. then we had breakfast and started our trek to Lobuche. We were lucky the weather was good and sunny , The circuit had some interesting ups and downs but not as difficult as the circuit between Lukla and Namche Bazaar. We stopped to have lunch in Thukla at the Yak Lodge then we resumed our way. 30 after we arrived to a Memorial place where many Brave trekkers who lost their life during the Mont Everest quest are honored, in that place you can only feel respect and love and peace of soul and praying for their souls and for their families. I took a lot of photos and a special photo with Rob Hall’s Memorial, Rob Hall was
 New Zealand mountaineer  best known for being the head guide of a 1996 Mount Everest expedition in which he died, along with a fellow guide and two clients. We arrived in Lobuche after 6 hours trekking, i found a nice lodge managed by Santos a nice young Nepali man, of course i couldn’t afford to ask him if he was Spanish or Mexican 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 i also was pleasantly surprised to find a nice sunny room and correct outdoors toilets (in the middle of the night i you want to pee you may catch a pneumonia 🙂 ), after lunch i went out to visit the place i took more photos , always the same breathtaking view and indescribable feeling of freedom , oneness of the spirit and happiness. At 4 PM we gathered around the heater to warm up all together, then i went to my Frozen room , tomorrow is the big day : Everest base camp day 🙂
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