Though the starting was in a luxury van, we had to be on our feet once the van left us at the gate of Shivapuri National Park. Initial target was to have comfortable hike to ‘Jhor’ from ‘Pani-Muhan’. However the hikers chose to climb up to ShivaPuri and walk along the hillside to ‘Jhor’. As we walked for a few minutes gossiping and taking photos, Sushant suggested we take a short-cut, which was a steep up-hill climb. That was wonderful, everybody rushed up that path. As it was the beginning, everybody enjoyed the hill. We kept on walking up with snacks and photographs.
Next day heading for the jump site on the rickety nearby suspension bridge, bungee master gave us a brief orientation, explaining what to expect, what to do and what not to do. Every jumper was first weighed to either bungee or take a long swing. I decided to do bungee. But when I saw bungee trainer doing the swing, I changed my mind on the spot and decided to swing. I was the second to jump. I was not scared as we saw many people doing the Bunjee jump the previous day. So, then it was my turn.
Question: Will China ever give a damn about some Amnesty International in Nepal protesting about its system of capital punishment? Answer: NO. Question: Will the gathering amassed by the Amnesty International Nepal at the Maitighar Mandala, Kathmandu – with colourful banners and placards – ever make China think about its policy? Will China now […]