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Trivial fear

Deep. Its deep. The emotion that is controlling me right now is deep. I am feeling some anxiety, fear, insecurity. I am scared."I dont love you"
"I am sorry but i never loved you like......" Her words are echoing through me deep. Deep.


Through this abandoned and outmoded park i see a setting sun. A deep tenebrous shade of red has beseiged the clouds. The tree above me is hallowing in pain or is it screaming dance of joy? I am staring at the horizon.
"Damn I am a man, for God's sake stop. Please." -I tell myself. I cant find a tissue, who carries it anyway? They are not stopping. "What the fish? " I travelled some pretty miles, crossed some pretty villages , climbed some pretty tough hills , hungry as hell but no appetite, all this hardship so that voice would stop echoing through my whole body, those memories of her would estrange from my heart but these tears of pain are the only thing besides my body sweat that has estranged from my body leaving…
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Things to do in Nepalgunj

Hot and humid in summer, Nepalgunj is a gateway to many tourist destination. If you are awaiting a bus or a flight to one of those destination, you can utilize your wait time by doing few things I would like to recommend.
1. Visit Bardiya National Park  You will need to start  your day early in the morning, to make this to and fro trip successful. If you have enough time, you can stay around the resorts around the national park. The park itself covers an area of 374 sq mi and is the largest national park in Nepal. You can also visit tharu village and enjoy tharu cultural programs. For the jungle activity try canoe ride, safari drive and keep your distance from elephant ride. 

2. Visit Banke National Park Banke is 210 sq mi mostly faling on  the Churia range, neighboring Bardia Nationl Park. They recommend we bring our own vehicle (suitable for off road). Besides it, you can also try hiking, boating or cycling.
3. Visit QFX Bageshwori Situated in New Rod, Nepalgunj and about 6.7 km (15 m…

Triggers

As kids, most of us always wanted to grow up as quickly as possible. Like it was our gateway to freedom, to do things our way, to do things as we wanted and pleased, to not be said "NO". But, oh how wrong and childish our ideas of growing up were. Right?
But today, here we are, sitting alone in our room, or a cafe, or a corner, or a bus, and contemplating about life and how messed up it is. Yes, life will get easy, yes everything that happens, happens for good, yes, yes, yes, there is so much to our life than meets the eyes. But, isn't life all about suffering and chasing after materialistic or stupid dreams. We run and run and chase and chase and compare and compete, we are a miserable piece of garbage. Unrecyclable.
But, there is one more thing about our life. Do you know what it is? The way we are today, the life that we have today, is all led by the choices we have made throughout. If it's good, let's thank the people who have helped us. But if it's bad,…

Two Pigs

She was an 'A' of awkward and 'M' of miserable. She was a 'D' of dumb and 'I' of immature.  Too awkward to fit in, too miserable because she was dumb to see the true faces of people maybe because she was too immature. Mistakes and hence were made.

8 years ago, as I recall, I met her. Dressed in black pants and green top, with her hair tied as a bun, plump cheeks and petite. She was sitting alone in her classroom seat. Hiding from everyone. I met her there, but before I could talk to her, her friend came looking for her through the doors. As I noticed this guy, with shoulder-length dirty, uncombed hair, dark skin, and a round face with lips that smoked, he reached out to her and sat beside her in silence. From that day on, he became her best friend.

But life is not a fairy tale........ Some best friends stay, some best friends fall apart, some best friends are just not really best friends until the end, and some, no matter how much we try to keep, go aw…

Document Attest Via Examination Board, Sanothiimi

If you are travelling for a work visa in Dubai, Qatar, or going for studies in European countries or Australia, USA, etc or applying for your PR, you may need to attest your SLC/SEE marksheet, SLC /SEE certificate and your school level character certificate. But first make sure you have your SLC/SEE certificate.  When you complete your SLC/SEE you are only provided with your marksheet. Follow the steps below for further details:
Fill a form, readily available in the examination board office if you are requesting for SLC/SEE certificate or document attest.Pay your bills from window no 3. They will charge you NRs 500 for the certificate. Depending upon where you are applying, you may need to attest your original documents as well. For that, you will have to detach your lamination if your document has been laminated. They only detach the backside as the attesting is done on the back page only. Go to the canteen area, they will detach it for NRs 50 (NRs 100 in case of load shedding). If y…

Hike To Jharlang(Batase)

Hike Date: 22nd-23rd June 2019


This was fairly a new route and we were pre-informed that we will have to catch a local van or bus from Dhading besi hence our departure time was 6 AM. Most of us reached the office by 6 am and awaited a few of the remaining hikers. At the last moment, however, Kushal backed out because of some personal reasons. The 13 assembled hikers including our dear Rajendra dai, then left for our destination at 6:30 AM. We started our hike with our musician, Raman, playing songs on guitar. We picked Shreebatsa from Kalimati who had bought apples and bananas for all of us. The unfortunate story is, he bought unripe bananas that weren’t edible even on the next day. We made our bread and jam in the van as a breakfast. We stopped somewhere between Naubise and Galchi for tea, pea and pee break. At 10 AM we took a local bolero from Dhading besi, that is where our musical journey of guitar and vocals ended as we left the guitar in office van. We booked the bolero to drop…

Hike to Chitlang And Chandragiri 2017

Hike to Chitlang Date of Hike: 19th -20th August 2017.
Route: Kathmandu -> Thankot -> Naubise -> Palung -> Chitlang ->Chandragiri ->Thankot
Co-ordinator: Kushma Thapa
Participants: AmbikaM, BigyanS, DijupT, KarishmaP, KumarD, KushmaT, SanjeevS, SarojK, SheprataS, ShreeKrishnaG, ShreyaS, SujanS, SurajR Report by: Kushma Thapa, Saroj Khadayat, Shree Krishna Gurung, Sujan Sauden
Recalling Chitlang Hike by Kushma Thapa” Departure time: Stated 6am, Actual 7am. Date of Hike: 19th -20th August, 2017. No matter how much of pre-planning you do, you are bound to face obstacles you couldn’t have imagined. Our hike to Chitlang was also a gift box that unwrapped unexpected obstacles. On the first day, we ate our breakfast at Naubise, and took the route to Daman from the Naubisejunction. It was the first time taking this route for some of us. We stopped at a deserted house for a short nature break. On the route, we discussed few terms: 2005, two types of brake: fuel and motor. I am sure …

Australian Base Camp: July 2017

The Amazing Experience of Exploring Australian Camp Hikers: Anil Dongol, (organizer, absent in person due to fever, but present in words as irony), Keshab Maharjan, Teena Dongol, Rina Shrestha, Bimal Karki, Binjita Aryal, Saroj Thapa, Dilip Kunwar, Raj Thapa, Bhushan Shrestha, and myself Kushma Thapa. Departure time: Stated 6am, actual 7am. Date of Hike: 22nd-23rd July 2017.
Some experiences leave you so speechless, you cannot decide where to start. Hence skipping the part about the mundane routine of the hikers having their breakfast at Naubise (new eating place this time), lunch at Abu Khairini’s“Thakali Shanta Hotel and Lodge” and in between bathroom breaks, let's jump into the part where we hired a Sumo, or so I think, from the Tudhikhel of Pokhara and experienced the bumpy sumo ride. I am sure the sumo driver assured Keshab Dai five times that our bags on the roof of the vehicle were safe regardless of not being tied. Nevertheless, the driver had to tie up our bags defeated by t…