Flying into Lukla, with a landing strip of 450 m on an 12% incline, allows no room for error.
One of the many breathtaking bridges along the hike to Namche
Milk tea prepared with a parabolic solar cooker
Courtyard of the Thame Monastery
On the path to Gokyo, after crossing the strenuous Renjola Pass (5,345 m)
Everest Base Camp (5,364 m)
A collection of markers memorialize climbers that have lost their lives attempting to summit Everest
Sunset behind Everest (8,848 m) from Kala Pattar (5,164 m)
Swayambhunath temple (monkey temple), Kathmandu
Bhaktapur, once the capital of Nepal, is known for it's pottery, metal and wood work, and curd (mishti doi).