What’s cuter than a baby goat? Two baby goats

We came across this example of cuteness overload on the way from Lhasa in Tibet to Mount Everest.

At rest areas along the road, locals set up their own versions of welcome centers hoping that travelers will stop for a bathroom break and some refreshments

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You can get your picture taken with baby goats, yaks and other critters, plus sample local foods, drink a Lhasa beer, and enjoy some amazing vistas.

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