Deerwalk Futsal Tournament 2018 kicked off from June 17, 2018. This year, we had a total of 8 teams participating, 4 from boys side and 4 from girls side where each team comprised of 8-10 members. The entire event took place at Dhanyantari futsal ground in Bhatkekopul. In total there were 14 matches played between the teams and more than 60 goals scored during the entire match.
On 31st of Bhadra, the last Sunday of the month, we, grade 6 and 7 students, went hiking. The route was from Kapan Gumba to Gokarna through Jagdol and Fulari Gomba. First of all, I would like to thank my school and my teachers for organizing such a wonderful program. At night before hiking I had dreamt that I would be going to be lost in the hiking.
Being with my colleagues for the first time in the hike was fabulous for me. The environment inside Van was ecstatic. Anib was playing different songs and Kamal Dai was relating those songs with real life. This moment was awesome. We stopped at Pharping to have some breakfast. After a while we continued our journey by singing songs, cracking jokes and clicking the picture. We were so pleased to see Pear trees beside the road containing lots of Pear.
As the van was moving down the winding road of Naubise, the hikers inside the bus was enjoying the tracks of interchanging bollywood and English songs. The hikers were also goofing and laughing with instant jokes cracked. Along with the crave for fun and enjoyment, everyone was hoping for the van to stop at some tea stalls or restaurants for breakfast. The van finally came to stop at Naubise Bazar and everyone rushed out of the van towards the restaurant. They were served with delicious jeri, puri, tarkari, and tea.
Khopasi to Balthali hike is one of the most delightful experience one would not want to miss. Located on the outskirts of the valley, away from the daily hustle of the city, lies a village so peaceful and serene. The secluded Balthali Village, just within an hour drive from Kathmandu, provides a rich cultural and traditional civilization untouched by modernity, with a splendid view of different Himalayan ranges. It has only been a month since I joined Deerwalk and getting this opportunity to explore the beautiful hiking trial filled with natural varieties of floras and various terrace fields was just a cherry on top.
Dhading District (धादिङ जिल्ला), a part of Province No. 3, is one of the seventy-seven districts of Nepal. Dhading Besi is the district headquarters and covers 1,926 square kilometers. Ganesh Himal is the predominant peak located within Dhading, but Manaslu is clearly visible from many of the places in the district.
Squad A organized a one day hike to Jamacho Gumba on August 11, 2018. The hike was coordinated by Susan Pant. Participants gathered at 8:30 am in the morning. We carried water bottles, some snacks from office and headed to Nagarjun Forest Reserve on bus. On the way, we stopped at a local shop to have breakfast.
On August 17, 2018, Rudra Pandey, Executive Chairman, conducted Deerwalk Managers Workshop at the Dwarika’s Hotel with 26 managers of our Kathmandu office. Each manager gave a 3-minute SWOT analysis of their team. Muna Joshi, a board member, gave away prizes to the best presenters: Awanish Ranjan (First), Sushant Pandey (Second), Sanshila Gurung (Third), and Kanchan Raj Pandey (Fourth). The lively event concluded with valuable management tips from Rudra, followed by delightful dinner.
Twenty six of us, Deerwalk employees, IT4D (Information Technology for Development) conference delegates, family and friends, gathered on the morning of August 5th for our hike— the last event of the fifth annual IT4D conference. We ate breakfast together at 109 Degree, Deerwalk Complex, speculating about the danger of leeches in the rainy weather and comparing backpack gear. The day’s plan was to hike from Changunarayan, with a short stop at the Changunarayan temple, and then onwards to Nagarkot. The trip was estimated to have 3-4 hours, with Telkot marking the halfway point.
After a forty minute drive, we arrived at Changunarayan and walked a short way to the temple.
Afterwards we headed towards kapan ghumba .Chriping around and rocking the bus we finally reach the place where journey should had to be started .And there we go creating lots of memory and making fun around, tightening the friendship and bond, we forgot that we were in hiking mood .Getting in lots of trouble ,pain,we still continue our hike giving damn to the things happening to us , a cooperative leadership and
good company of our brothers, sisters and friends made our day majestic. Then, we took a break and stopped our hikingfor a while to have something for our stomach “our guts were empty”. So, we decided to have something and grab some strength .While having breakfast one of our brothers taught us a breakfast hack and we didn’t need to peel shell and less effort was required.we can have taking in mind peeling off.