Swimming Competition with guys!!! Huh, I was really tensed and somewhat excited. It was my first experience in competing with guys. At the spot whenever I saw the opponent swimmers I felt like they were pro swimmers and I would not be able to beat them. “If My Team Lose Game Because of Me” this thought was striking my mind every second. But, as soon as the game started, my confidence level boosted. I felt like “Yes I can do it!” To complete 6 laps was fine but the toughest moment for me was to jump out of the pool. I was like stuck in the middle and was not able to push myself out of the pool. Finally, I rolled out and ran towards Suresh to handover my tag.
It was raining when we reached Godamchaur, the base of Murali Mountain. The rain and blurriness in weather could not stop Dhilung and Suresh from taking quality pictures of the village life and nature. Our hope came true when clouds began to scatter and were blown away by the breeze- and sun rays could be seen now.
Twelve of us left Kathmandu through Nagdhunga by making commitment to follow the rules and regulations of the trip as per one of our members decision. We agreed and started making jokes and singing famous Nepalese songs. All teammates joined in, making the atmosphere livelier. We use a popular “THEGO” as “HASAUNCHA BUDA LE” throughout the trip. After reaching Naubise,we had a heavy lunch in the same hotel as we used to have breakfast earlier.