The local called this rock face Swarga Dwar, meaning Gateway to Heaven and we could certainly see why they called it so.
We ended the day going up to Upper Pisang. The original program actually called for us to stay overnight at Lower Pisang but our guide felt it was better for us to acclimatise at a higher altitude and so we had to $^&((&^#@ climb up and up the last part of the day.
After a shower, we went to take a look at the Monastery at the top of Upper Pisang. Beautiful place. So serene and quiet until our ladies decided to use the wide open courtyard for some kung fu jump shots!
So end Day 3 after 7.5 hours of walking over 15 km and ascend of about 7000 metres.