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Lake Yamdrok: Buddhist monastery that saved the woman-pig

For: Ricardo Coarasa (text and photos)
En route to Everest, the fascinating Lake Turquoise looked three centuries ago, by the highest mountain range on earth, the most famous female reincarnation of Tibet. It is a landscape that is impregnated overwhelming mysticism that surrounds the corners that the mountains have taken to silence.
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Kathmandú: the slaughter of the royal family

For: Ricardo Coarasa (text and photos)
Kathmandú: la masacre de la familia real
When I visit Kathmandu, Nepal's capital, King Gyanendra is still reeling and the city is surrounded by Maoist rebels. The cannon that sat on the throne was a massacre that turned the world 2001. The crown prince shot dead his parents, Kings, and the cream of the royal family. After the regicide, the crown could only sit at the head of Gyanendra.
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Tingri: paradise of desolation
For: Ricardo Coarasa (text and photos)

Tingri: el paraíso de la desolación
The target must have outstanding accounts with Tingri, the last stop in Tibet deep before reaching the border with Nepal. Otherwise it is understood that the spray has so stark grief of. Everywhere you look, the same uneasiness, identical discouragement. The future only reaches as far as the eye: a dusty track that looks like a sentence. Whither flee? I did not take pictures. It did not take.
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Rongbuk: when night falls
For: Ricardo Coarasa (text and photos)

Rongbuk: cuando cae la noche
And Rongbuk, sparkling eyes of wild dogs stalk the tourist who ventures into the dark; be a lens is a black magic show; any comistrajo, a delicacy and sleep, possible effort. Hundreds of empty beer bottles-a 5.000 meters, fortunately, also gives drink to the thirsty- clump together forming a wall with the best views of the world: a sunrise on Everest.
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At the foot of Everest
For: Ricardo Coarasa (text and photos)

A los pies del Everest
We are finally in Rongbuk, the world's highest monastery, at the foot of the fearsome north face of Everest. The sky is clear. The Monsoon has had a hand. The view is superb, gorgeous. Do not you get tired of looking at Qomolangma, the mother goddess of the mountains. Is, certainly, one of the happiest days of my life. Now just think of walking to base camp.
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