Thanks Rotaract clubs in Nepal for your great Hospitality.

My trip to Nepal was filled with many Trials and Tribulations, getting sick the day before the flight, getting sick after coming back, and not being able to stay longer. The morning of the flight to Nepal I felt awful I thought I might not be able to go but I told myself I was in to deep and pulled myself together and went on that flight and it was one of the best decision of my life. Our trip to Nepal was everything you can imagine, beautiful landscapes, wonderful people, and delicious food. I met so many new friends that when I come back I will have more than a dozen people happy to welcome me back and I will happy welcome to America if they decide to come. Like a wise man once told me “When we see each other again I hope you say how are you instead of who are you.”

Our friends in Nepal brought us to help and visit wonderful places and people. We sailed across and lake and climbed our way to a Buddhist temple where we saw all of Pokhara. We went to multiple schools and supplied kids with school supplies we brought with us from America. We were honored many different times which made me feel like a star with my fans cheering for me. Our friends even celebrated my birthday got me a cake and made it the best birthday I’ve ever had, with great people, seeing our Nepalese friends pull off some sweet dance moves, and great food and drinks. I recommend this trip to every Rotaract member to experience this, because the road to happiness and success is achieved by meeting happy intellectual people like I did on this trip.


Published by trm7510

The Asha Project – works in collaboration with local and international partner organizations as well as individuals and governments, to provide HOPE and OPPORTUNITIES for the people of Nepal. We thrive at the intersection of Passion, purpose and Promise.

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