Your room barely seems like a place where a living person resides. It just feels a space with four dead walls surrounding. And you have no one other than those walls to listen and witness your unpleasant story. That’s how you start to believe the saying, “walls do have ears.”
Have you ever gazed the hills around Kathmandu valley closely enough and imagined a hidden interconnecting single trail? Well, if you haven’t then someone has. Mr. Sushant Bajracharya, a solo traveler has been vigilant enough and is ready to hike and camp for 14 straight days with his team to find that hidden single trail that connects all hills around Kathmandu valley
The resolution, for me, always feels like ‘setting aim in life’ as it gets lost within the stormy conditions of our life and in the end, we have to deal as per the situation. But, it’s always ok. People are at least being aware of setting goals for the upcoming year. That’s a good thing itself. Being able to achieve or not is another thing.
Firewood burning, thick smoke raising above,dark stains on the ceiling and a kerosene lamp (Tuki) trying as hard as possible to light the dark room. Somewhere in the rural part of Nepal, a small family in Sisnebhanjyang village was living somehow in such a bleak ambience.
Maybe no one needs the introduction of Dr. Govinda KC to know who he is. His humanitarian works define him quite well. The philanthropic activism he’s been involved in since few years to eradicate the corruption prevailing in the medical sector of Nepal, properly explains what kind of man he is.
The month November has just started. And today’s generation knows the unique significance of this month as far as I believe. Rather than just ‘November’, this month is well known as ‘No-Shave November’ when boys/men grow moustache and beard not trimming them throughout the month. Sounds quite cool, doesn’t it?
The last day of Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking (Day 3) was indeed something for us. This was the day which was going to pay us for the previous two days’ agony. Yes! The sunrise from Poon Hill at the altitude of 3210 m.
The second day of our Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking. We couldn’t afford to waste our time at Ghandruk. So, we packed our bags right away and became ready to backpack to the astounding place at an altitude of 2874m; Ghorepani.
I desperately need to fall asleep,
the sound of raindrops outside won’t let me,
the cool wind coming in from the window won’t let me,
the flying curtains won’t let me,
the reminisce of those sweet memories created once in such a weather won’t let me.