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LIFE LESSONS FROM MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP

Trekking through the world’s most magnificent mountain range taught you a lot more than You ever anticipate.

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1 You Can Make Friends Anywhere
I suppose the thing to facilitate scares a bunch of people almost travelling solo is that they’ll have no one to fall back without stopping if they contract into trouble. I flew into Kathmandu with a extensive total of lone person who I knew on the trip, and so far one month later, I had an entire group of new friends beginning across the globe.
2 Most Of Your Limits Are Psychological


In the weeks important up to my departure, I had countless people blab me that I would never assemble it to Base Camp – and in retrospect, I can’t thank them enough. Every moment in time I felt exact to giving up and doing on the trek, I would suppose of everyone who was doubting me back home, and I’d push without stopping just ten minutes, one hour, lone day more!
3 Take Things At Your Own Pace
For the first two days of the trek, I pressed myself to the limit trying to keep up by way of the other three people in my group. By date three, I time-honored the fact to facilitate I would not be making it to Base Camp if I kept back up this way. From then on, I set my own pace and even though I would roll without stopping into each village an hour afterward than the others, I didn’t brain one bit.
4 Do Your Research!
Spontaneous travel plans are all well and good until it’s a week previously you’re due to leave and you realise that as a replacement for of the 20ºC temperatures that you’ve prepared for, it will be quicker to -20ºC. Cue the panicked, last-minute thermal underwear shopping!
5 ‘Switching Off’ Is Really Important


It’s not easy to contract proper ‘down-time’ at the moment with our phones keeping us coupled 24/7, but it’s healthy to ‘unplug’ for a while. Snowed into a little Nepalese teahouse in the interior of the Himalayas, with nothing save for a pack of cards, a much-needed fire, endless cups of tea and amazing company, the lack of buzz reception was the last thing without stopping my mind.
6 There Really Is No Place Like Home
Yes, it’s a cliché, but it’s also a reliable truth. You on no account appreciate the inadequately home comforts love hot showers and clean clothes in anticipation of you’ve trekked in support of 15 days straight by way of no access to showers or laundries.
7 Don’t Take Shortcuts
Shortcuts don’t frequently pan out the way you hope. After reaching Base Camp around midday, my group sure to try and summit another near mountain by charming a quicker direct through the flood site of the old Base Camp. However, the shortcut turned out to be little further than unstable boulders and 70 foot fissure drops, disguised beside the fresh snowfall. The group didn’t manage to make the summit of Mt Kala Patthar, but instead were grateful to assemble it back to our rest igloo alive.
8 Spontaneous Plans Are Often The most excellent Plans
Think it, book it, do it! We were making the most of a wedding reception gratis bar when my cousin suggested to me that we give Everest Base Camp a crack, and so what did you say? else was near to do save for lock it in right then and there!
I admit, I was a little anxious when I woke up to the travel confirmation emails the next morning, but now I have that instant of impulsiveness (and a few else many glasses of wine) to be grateful for one helluva story to blab and life training to boot.
Asha is an ugly-jumper enthusiast who is loving studying English and Media at University of Western Australia. She’s reliably late to everything and spends all her riches on poorly-planned voyage adventures.


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