“Jobs fill your pocket, but adventures fill your soul.” as quoted by Jamie Lyn Beatty, My soul was overwhelmed when I was chosen for an official visit to the US. This was one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences of my life. On Nov 30, at around 12 in the noon, I departed from […]
Travelling places is always fun for memories and experiences we collect and what better than the United States in October 2018 which was exciting in every ways. Qatar Airways took off at 2 AM from Kathmandu, transited through Doha and took me to Boston. Doha transit was amazing for me to see range of diverse […]
I felt lucky and overwhelmed when I was told that my flight has been confirmed for USA on 30th May, 2018. I along with my colleagues Pratik and Barsesh had only few days to prepare for this trip. We flew from Kathmandu airport to Boston via Abu Dhabi. We took taxi from Logan airport to Deerwalk Lexington office where Sushant and Abanish were waiting for us.
On first of June, together with my two colleagues, I headed to The States again. Unlike the cold and snowy winter, Boston summer seemed to be delightful with the ocean breeze making me want to indulge in different activities immediately after landing in the Logan Int’l Airport. With all the luggage tucked in the cab, my colleagues beside me and the memories of my last visit fresh on my mind, we reached Ashay Dai’s place; our home for the next four months.
On May 30th 2018, I along with Pratik and Barsha started our official visit to US. Our flight was at around 9:10 pm in the evening which was headed towards Boston, our final destination via Abu Dhabi as the transit city. After landing in Boston we took a cab to our office where we got to meet our Deerwalk team members and our US based office. There I got to know about the different tasks and challenges we had to tackle with completely new environment from what we have in Nepal.
I was very delighted when Pramod dai informed me that my US visit has been scheduled for Aug of 2018. From that day on I was very excited about my visit. On July 31, I along with my colleague (Narayan Chalise) went to Boston via TIA. We had two transits, one at Abu Dhabi and another was at New York. On the same flight from Abu Dhabi, our US collegue Mukta didi and her family were returning to the US so we didn’t face any problems in any of our transits.
In Nepal many people dream about visiting United States and among them I am one too. My dream came true on July 30th, 2018, I was given an opportunity to visit United States of America ; the land of dreams. I along with my colleague Raghu started our journey from TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport). We flew from Kathmandu to Boston via Abu Dhabi and New York.
My official visit to the US started from September 1, but before I going to the US I had a quick 1 week stop at Germany to visit my Sister, Brother in law and Aunt. I am very grateful to Deerwalk that I was granted a week of leave to visit Europe before stepping on the US soil. It was my first time going out of Asia. I landed in Germany on 27th August and departed from Germany on 1st September and Landed on Logan Airport, Boston on the same day.
My official visit to US started from July 1, I was fully prepared for the trip and had learned about the flights, transits, United States cultures, dos & don’ts. Besides usual things, funny part about my trip preparation was that I used to watch the flight simulator videos on Youtube even though I was not going to operate the aircraft myself 😛 .
I along with Milan dai, started our US visit on 31st of May 2018. Our flight was late at 11 P.M and we landed at Boston via Dubai on 1st of June at around 2 PM. We grabbed a taxi to our hotel, where we were handed key-cards to our room. After shopping for our groceries, we were treated by a surprise visit by Suresh, Manish, Sushant dai and others at our hotel where we did a lot of catching up with bottles of beer. Then our regular schedule for work started from the next Monday with a similar routine of Abanish dai picking up on mornings and taking an Uber on evenings.