“I’m not going to make it, I’m not going to make it,” I kept thinking to myself as I focused on my feet while trekking uphill. I didn’t want to look up because I knew it would be hours of uphill until we reached the pass. In fact, there was so much uphill I couldn’t even see the top. I was trekking through the most beautiful part of India, and I was dying.
|On Day 1 of the trek from Zingchen|
|Me on the second highest pass in the world|
|We made it to the top of the pass (5.000m)|
|Future Buddha at Thiksay monastery|
Michelle Fujisaki - USA
HR Coordinator, Maiti (Himachal Pradesh)