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Jordanian journey to Everest.

NO, I have to go I said:, Everest is calling me My Everest is fresh and ruddy to be known among a thousand peaks

Mustafa


Some photos from Mustafa samaleh's photo exhibition at Wild Jordan
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How you can help?
You can support Mustafa's next expeditions to Kilmanjora, Aconcagua and Everest by visiting his photo exhibition at Wild Jordan. All sales from photos will go towards his next climbs . Opening reception is April 13th 7:30-9:30. Photos from past exhibitions will be shown as well as films from expeditions.

I think all of us have got to know more about Mustafa background, training, expeditions and Bugget so we can support him

More information about Mustafa's can be found online at jordanfirsteverest.com

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Comments

  1. Shannon, Mustafa,
    Did you guys end up going to Leh/Manali/Dharmasala? We are back home...And I lost your card. Do give me your website address...
    Cheers
    Dilip/Shanti

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