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Where's Mowgli? 👀 You find me in the photo?

Where's Mowgli? 👀 You find me in the photo?

If you have been to Tilicho than you definitely remember this fantastic view don't you? Yes, it's like an hour before you reach to Tilicho Base Camp. This blog has a lot of stories from Tilicho because I have been there collecting dozens of memories. So few more stories that I will be writing from Tilicho will be here in this story. And also people talk about places they have been and this adds up the stories.
This story or memory below is from Mowgli. If you are curious about who Mowgli is and how she had her time at the Tilicho Base Camp, do go through the story and check her profile to find more.

I thought that walking through one of the only places in the world where you are surrounded by mountains over 8,000 meters above sea level ⛰ was the reason for the walk, but how wrong, the Annapurna Circuit is much more than that!
I had never seen a landscape like this, so changing, so colorful, so impressive. We went from being the first days in the dense jungle surrounded by nothing but green, to feel that we were touching the Himalayas with snowy peaks on all sides and in the middle between green and white, a brown arid land full of rocks, abysses and Rock formations that looked like we were on the moon 🌒! Amazing, my God! Take me back!

Does anyone know of another walk like that? I already want for 2019!

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