Audio Report from Tingri

April 14, 2014
Tingri, Tibet

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Beautiful downtown Timgri
Beautiful downtown Tingri
Our hotel in Tingri
Our hotel in Tingri
Typical Meal
Typical Meal
Our 2014 group
Our 2014 group
On the road in Tingri
On the road in Tingri
Dangerous dog packs
Dangerous dog packs
David from Hungary, Christian from Poland & Bill in the hot springs tub
David from Hungary, Christian from Poland & Bill in the hot springs tub

Comments

6 thoughts on “Audio Report from Tingri

  1. Bill, you sound clearer and closer than my sister calling from her car on the 405! Love the flags in the background. It’s nearly 80 here today.

    Take care, Laura

  2. Bill…good job on the Tingri dogs and love the hot tub…looks like you have some good climbing mates. Enjoy Rongbok Monastery and the Chinese Base Camp. “One day a time!”

    John
    🙂

  3. Hi Bill,
    Thanks for the audio report, I’m following your 2014 journey with much interest.

    All the best on the way to Chinese Base Camp! ( and beyond, of course!) 🙂

  4. Bill –
    A quick note, from the deep South, to tell you how much I’ve enjoyed following your blog beginning with your previous Everest trip. I am sending positive thoughts and prayers for all of you to remain healthy, collect memories, climb carefully, and return home.
    Respectfully – Carolyn

  5. Hi Bill.

    Tibet looks very much like the Horcones Valley south of Aconcagua, doesn’t it?Parts of the movie “Seven Years in Tibet” were actually filmed in Argentina!

    The Tibetans extras in the film wept when they saw the Tibetan city erected for the film. They still miss their home.

    I believe the yaks used in the film had to be issued passports for travel to Argentina!

    Paul from Hingham, MA

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