Monday, 7 July 2014

Mount Everest

Straddling the border between Nepal and Tibet, Mount Everest (named in 1856 in honor of Sir George Everest responsible for triangulation of British Indies) is the highest mountain peak in the world that the Sherpas climb proudly at the head tourist expeditions as final prayers in honor of the "Sea Goddess of the Earth" (Chomolungma) providing food to the people from his high astral top.

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