📍Mount Everest

 

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JUNKO TABEI became the first woman to reach the summit of Mt. Everest in 1975. ✨As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to live abroad? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag , and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts. 📸:Keystone—Getty Images
JUNKO TABEI became the first woman to reach the summit of Mt. Everest in 1975. ✨As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to live abroad? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag , and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts. 📸:Keystone—Getty Images
JUNKO TABEI became the first woman to reach the summit of Mt. Everest in 1975. ✨As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to live abroad? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag , and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts. 📸:Keystone—Getty Images
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Daqui a pouco, pelas 00:15h, se completará exato um mês que cheguei ao cume do monte Everest, o topo do mundo, ou como um amigo disse esses dias, “no ponto mais alto que um homem pode chegar com suas próprias pernas”!!! . Desde lá, já se passou tanto tempo apesar de ter passado apenas um mês, as vezes parece tão distante que fico me perguntando e olhando as fotos para confirmar que de fato aconteceu!! Um projeto que foi muito mais que uma escalada, que mudou minha vida, de maneira palpável quando falamos de toda abdicação de emprego e dinheiro, como no modo de ver as coisas!! Na verdade ainda estou entendendo tudo que aconteceu! Projeto que não teria acontecido sem minha família, cujo apoio resume incondicionalidade! Não sem apreensão, mas sempre fizeram de tudo para me ajudar a fazer tudo isso acontecer!! . Duas das fotos mostram meus companheiros de escalada, @carlossantalena @ayeshazangaro Renato, @joelkriger e @lingy427 , além de toda equipe de sherpas da @himalayanascent , pessoas incríveis com quem dividi esses quase 2 meses, e que viraram praticamente irmãos, e a quem agradeço por todo apoio e experiências trocadas, com eles ficou mais fácil!!! . E pra finalizar, deixo a foto do Sarki, nosso sirdar, com quem dividi vários mates, seja nos descansos no campo base ou no campo 3, como nessa foto, e que foi um líder excepcional!! Infelizmente ele nos deixou ao final da expedição numa fatalidade, que não pode ser descrita diferente do que um grande azar!! Mas deixou a lembrança de grandes momentos e muitos ensinamentos que nos ajudaram a cumprir essa empreitada com sucesso!! Descanse em paz “Sarki dai”!! . Agora é bola pra frente e que venham novos projetos!! #versuseumesmo #grade6viagens #sicrediuniaors #cieers #botolli #arqsoft #cactusambiental #mgserigrafia #everest2018 #topodomundo
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Saya tidak tau, yang pasti warna hijau tumbuhan telah membuat mata ini sehat.. #wisatakotabandung
1 year ago today I survived part of a trek I honestly didn't think the day before I would. Never stop challenging yourself or doing the terrifying option. If it makes you nervous, it's probably good for you. #17500ftup #everestbasecamp #trekking
After reaching Everest Base Camp, we stayed at a lodge about 2.5 hours away from it. But we had to leave the next day at 4am so we can make it to Pheriche where we were supposed to be picked up by choppers and dropped (after a refueling stop) at Kathamandu so we can fly back to Dubai the next day. The early morning trek started in the dark where we relied entirely on our headlamps to light the rocky way we're taking. It was also around -5 celcius (which explains the shaky shot, gloves, sorry). After 5 hours of continuous trekking with no stops or breaks to avoid missing the helicopter window, we finally reached Pheriche only to find out that flights were grounded due to weather. We were on stand by from 9am to 4:30pm, sleeping on chairs and couches at the dining hall. No hope. We're staying here tonight, we'll see what tomorrow brings. The rest of the pics are from this morning's trail.
Patria Amada Brasil!!!!!!
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