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Here we present the most exciting expeditions and unique journeys. The world is growing smaller, but it is bigger than you think. Some people visualize the opportunities for others, and make our lives exciting to live.

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Apa Sherpa on the top of Mount Everest for the 19th time!

2009-05-26
Apa Sherpa (49) from Nepal reached successfully 21st May 2009 the top of the world`s tallest mountain for the 19th time, reported by media in Nepal. It`s a world record. On the top of Mount Everest he rolled out a banner with the slogan: Stop the climate change, let Himalaya live! 30 minutes later, he started the descending.
Apa Sherpa reached the top of Mount Everest for the first time in 1990.

Apa hope to draw people`s attention to remove more than two tons of garbage from Mount Everest. Over the past 55 years, some 2,000 mountaineers have climbed the peak. They have leaved behind a trail of trash that includes oxygen bottles, food cans, gas cylinders, paper, plastic and even tents.

For one year ago it was reported in media that China was planning to restrict access by climbers to Mount Everest to allow environmental teams to carry out a huge clean up of the world's highest peak.

Apa says he also climbs to raise money for his village.

Stein Morten Lund 22 May 2009,

Additional information More than 200 people have died trying to reach the top of Mount Everest.
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