Exploring the world Part II

Posted by: Nilesh Shrestha

Rituals are performed to make culture alive and culture is seamlessly mingled with religion. There are social bondages that suppress desires and freedom. I spent lots of time with a lady named Reema, a young 28 years old bright lady from Kuwait. When I first met her I though she was from Hawaii as there was no differences in her outfit with others…

Exploring the world Part I

After my very first buddy left, I wandered around the place. My initial impression was that people here were very friendly, but that changed quickly as no one was responding later when I walked around trying to wave and smile at some. One thing I noticed there was boys generally did not talk to boys, but only to the opposite sex. But I found girls were talking to girls and this did prove that “Girls are better in socializing than boys”. I might be wrong or this might just be a misconception.

I learnt to go out of the beach and started exploring other places. The more I explored, the more I had been finding out. I was not alone in this exploration, I was there with a friend Marshall Bahadur Nepali (Name changed with real initials). As we spent lots of time together, we barely stuck together there. We went out alone to find new friends, to find new places and new excitements. I though I was very good at exploration and I was learning many things faster. But this very clever friend of mine was showing me places and was giving me cool hints. I was amazed to see this friend’s new hidden skills. We were exploring the place in faster pace and helping each other, but we hardly went out together. The only thing I remember doing with him was once played spades in four with two other friends and once surfed out to a distant tower from where we could see the beauty of the whole city. The experience of climbing the sky rocketed tower was fun which I was sure my friend would agree the sky dive from there was even more fun.

I didn’t know that my social networking skill was not bad as I thought before, when I realized that I then had a list of very cool friends in my buddy list. Apart from socializing and chit-chatting, one of the advantages of having local friends there was I could burrow buggies when I needed from them. Initially I envied people who went out for a drive with a beautiful girl at the side, but when I got chances to do it on my own, it was not that interesting. Driving along the fields and sands was not smooth which was what I enjoy in driving. Another reason that I couldn’t enjoy it was that the place was so advanced and there were so many post-modern hovercrafts. Hovercraft uses low pressure which hits the ground and the craft literally floats on air few inches above the ground. As there is not any
friction with the ground, the vehicle moves really smooth. I knew about hoverboat and hovercar, but I had never seen hoverbike and hoverboard before. A hoverbike is similar to our motorbike but it has no wheels and it hovers on the ground. It speeds up from the air thurst. Hoverboard is similar but it is like Surfer’s board. I could burrow them there and tour around the places, that was most exciting thing that I would say I enjoyed in the very world.

Rituals are performed to make culture alive and culture is seamlessly mingled with religion. There are social bondages that suppress desires and freedom. I spent lots of time with a lady named Reema, a young 28 years old bright lady from Kuwait. When I first met her I though she was from Hawaii as there was no differences in her outfit with others. But she is still proud of being muslim. It was very hard to guess. I loved this place. It was a place of true freedom, true anonymity(depends on you) and true emancipation from social bondages.

(Photos wll be in the next post)

Exploring the world Part II was last modified: September 11th, 2013 by Nilesh Shrestha
 

Blog Comments

  1. phew

    Part one was viewed so many times and part two only half have visited f total count in part one. May be the geeks of this blog do not have much emancipation and they love the place they are in, not seeking adventures and challenges.

  2. heroic

    Second part from Same Author? Good!! and nice and great.. thought Provoking, fabulous, striking, revealations, dramatic description. Real job of a new guy in new place. It is life of openness and liberties. Enjoy life fully to the brink as there is no limit you can enjoy in a beach. I am Sad why the Author did not and could not enjoy much there. Imagine If I/You were there.

  3. lpk

    Hi vish, imagine hovercrafts and hover bikes in Kathmandu nepal also all software controlled and can arrive safely outside our house when we invite thru internet and pay the cost.

  4. Vish

    Nilesh Jee,

    Biography seems to be very much garnished in various aspects. Please be honest and tell us more impersonal understanding with REEMA.

    There must be some surprising stuff. Good stuff enjoyed reading it.

    Cheers

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