Dingboche Tea house. Welcoming traditional hospitality always, which is the norm across the Khumbu region in Nepal. The remarkable people who live in this remote part of the Himalayas are amongst the kindest people I have ever met.


Author: mark's travel notes

I am an experienced trekker and hiker. I enjoy taking photographs and travelling. I prefer wilderness and remote places. Travel often as much as I can. Prefer off-season as less people around. Winter is always a great time. Happy to share local knowledge about the beautiful island of Tasmania. I support humanitarian and Human Rights causes and spend much of my time working pro-bono for and in developing countries.

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