There are disadvantages to my nomadic lifestyle - medical problems, safety and missing family and friends, to name but a few.
Tag - Mount Everest
Long-term travelling is not a never-ending vacation as many people believe - there is a HUGE difference to being a tourist.
Everest Base Camp was an end for me - and the beginning of something new.
After so many days of trekking, we finally arrive at Everest Base Camp. Read about our emotions and what we are experienced there!
One step closer to Everest Base Camp and this time also coming in contact with Altitude Mountain Sickness.
Spending one more acclimatisation day at Dingboche before the ascent to Everest Base Camp.
Isabel makes two interviews with "Sherpas" - and gives us lots of awesome impressions of her Mt. Everest journey.
The feeling to overcome one of your biggest fears is more than just amazing. On the way to the Mt. Everest it happened to me ...
Climbing the Mount Everest truly means risking your life. There are those wo do climb the Everest just for fun and adventure, but on the other hand, there are Sherpa whose profession it is to summit the Mount Everest. - What a big difference, right?
As soon as I wake up I rush downstairs to get my clothes – I had left them to dry but the cold temperatures overnight meant that everything was still wet.
Last time I was telling you about the long trip to the Mount Everest Base. In this second part we finally start the trek! It is strenious and and struggle with powers but we can manage. What is all happening from the villages Phablu till Nunthala you can read now. Enjoy.
When I was just a little girl my dad always brought me jewellery from foreign countries. I was always curious about their origins and kept wondering: How are the people there? How do they live? What is their culture?