With the decision of celebrating the “Deerwalk Outing” in a non-conventional way, the journey towards Dhading – our final destination, started from the Deerwalk premise early in the morning at around 6 AM. The van journey became quite interesting and joyful because of the gossips, jokes, Lava dai’s childhood stories and “WOW WOW”s :D.
It has been almost 2 months since I joined Deerwalk. Hence, it was my first outing and I was very excited. We left for our destination (Royal Beach Camp) at 10:30pm. On the way, we stopped for a while at Tribhuwan Park and got ourselves refreshed. It was a humid day but nonetheless the amazing atmosphere in the bus, with people singing, made it worthwhile. Most of us only have had some light breakfast in the morning, so we made a break at the popular highway destination, Malekhu.Spending joyous moments and bonding with fellow team mates, everyone finished their lunch. Finally, we reached our much awaited destination at around 3:30pm.
Ancient Tibetan Proverb says that “A child without education, is like a bird without wings“. This proverb can be related to today’s world; if a child does not get education he/she cannot progress in life. In case of our country, most of the children are not getting education due to lack of opportunity or their critical economic. So Help theSociety by making them educated.
The group comprising of Abanish Kayastha, Bhuwan Shrestha, Kapil Pandey,Lava Kafle,Rudra Pandey,Surendra Nath Adhikari, and Sushant Pokharel (the great Photographer for the team) moved from kathmandu driven along the narrow black topped road curling down towards Okharpauwa Nuwakot District where whole waste of Kathmandu Valley is dumped. We were smelling the reality while analyzing the effects of Plastics that cannot be degraded by soil, and the Leeching black liquid that would fall into the river thereby affecting natural plants and animals surviving in the river and by its side.