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Lobuche to Gorakhshep to EVEREST BASE CAMP blog- Day 8

Posted Date :   26 December 2019 09:30:32 AM  
I forgotton to mention that at Lobuche you even have to pay for Tap water. Rs. 50/- per litre and Mineral water cost here at Gorakhshep... cost around NPR 400/- per litre.
So, what we done here is purchased empty bottles and purchased 6 litres of water at luboche which to be used in Gorakhshep - Our next destination.
 
Another thing I would like to share with you all about our daily routine. We used to woke up 6am and get fresh by 7 am. By 7.30 am we take our breakfast and normally leave the lodge. And we used to take our dinner by 7.30pm and sleep by 9pm.
 
Up-to Dingboche it was all ok with us but at Lobuche it became difficult, predominantly because we did not ate well here. Temperature was darastically low and I got Cold here. My nose started bleeding river streams :D 
 
So let me start with Lobuche morning. It is our Day 8th and we are going to Gorakhshep and then to EVEREST BASE CAMP. Yes it's the D Day, the destination, for which everything was planned. Distance from Lobuche to Gorakhshep is just 5 km (approx) and still it can take 3-4 hrs basically because of alarming Oxygen level in the air. 
 
It was bright Sunny day when we left Lobuche lodge around 7.30 am but trek was full of Ice. The little streams were frozen up as we saw in morning.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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