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Kathmandu, April 4 (IANS) Six years ago, when he was climbing a Himalayan peak in northern Nepal, commercial pilot and adventurer Mike Allsop met a venerable Buddhist monk whose philosophy left an indelible impression on him."If every person in this world gave just a little more than they took in life, the world would be a much better place." That was what Lama Geshe, the chief monk at the Pangboche Monastery, a 600-year-old institution perched at over 13,000 feet above sea level, believed.
His belief has inspired Allsop to do something that is both moving and straight out of a Hollywood film, involving a medieval monastery, beautiful locations and the legendary yeti itself.
This month, the 41-year-old Kiwi adventurer is returning to Nepal with a trophy - the "hand" and "skull" of a yeti that was stolen from the monastery in the 1990s.