My trip to the US was wonderful, loaded with fun and a different feel to my nerves.
The day for departure from Kathmandu was on September 13. I had a nice layover time in Doha, Qatar. The city of Doha looked very nice intermixed with Qatariculture and modern technology, except the heat. Then the long 13-hour flight to the Logan airport at Boston comes, crossing the Icelandic sky. Manish and Prayash were there to pick me up at the airport. On the way, we went to a mart to grab some food and drinks for the night. I felt nice to be placed at an apartment at Waltham where other colleagues were also living. In the evening we had a blasting get-together party in the apartment and it was just the beginning. Moments shared with the roommate colleagues were amazing; evening walk, cooking, travelling and tripping are few of them.
I joined Deerwalk office at Lexington on Friday September 15 and it was nice to see the Deerwalkers and the way they work. I had multiple client visits and a meet with an alumni client and it was quite an experience to see them in person. And so was to have a couple of meetings with Rudra dai and John.
Weekends were the main travelling time.
In Massachusetts I visited research institutions and world-renown universities Harvard and MIT which catch the eyes of people worldwide.
In Massachusetts I visited research institutions and world-renown universities Harvard and MIT which catch the eyes of people worldwide. I made most of Harvard University with the help of one of my friends studying in the university. My second destination was New York City, the city that never sleeps. I liked the vibrant culture, development and sea of people. The sea of people also reminded me of Kathmandu. One of my friends there told me that one can visit NYC in one day as well as one month and it looked that was possible. We visited to Times Square, World Trade Center, Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge, Staten Island, Central park, and Rockefellers in NYC. My last destination was Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on my 4th week of stay. The state reminded me of Siwalik Hills in Nepal. In the city, I met old friends and spent some quality time. The city buildings on the bank of three rivers give an outlook of metal industries. Among many fun times in Pittsburgh, duck boat ride was a real fun and educational about the city.
Many thanks for my wonderful US trip go to Rudra dai for considering me for the visit as well as all to Muna bhauju, Abanish dai, Sagar, Saroj, Bipul, Suresh, Manish, Neeraj and all the colleagues at the apartment.