28th March 2013

We got up at 4:30 in the morning to get ready for our next ticket to the Himalayas. It was so exiting to get up close to the mountains. We had to get up early because we needed a good view to see the mountains because if the clouds came we can't see anything.

We were in the airport and were waiting for 30 minutes. Then they announced : " all passengers for flight number 300 please proceed to gate number 1". We rushed to the queue. We went into the bus and we headed off to the aircraft. We saw the aircraft and it was so tiny it was like a toy. The airlines name was BUDDHA AIR. They took us in the aircraft and gave the safety instructions. They started the engine for the plane. I stared as the blades moved in circles repeatedly. Suddenly the captain decided to stop the engine and turn it off! I was shocked. The air hostess came up to my father and asked him whether he would like to continue the journey as the clouds had formed and we could only see 1 mountain, Mount Gowri Shankar. We were not able to see the Himalayan range as my father thought it would be a waist time and money. So we postponed it to the day when we return back to Kathmandu after seeing the other places in Nepal. We came back to the hotel to take some rest as we were going to take a long journey to Chitwan. We were going on road to Chitwan. It took 2 hours to reach the cable cart which lead us to a Hinduism temple on the hills. It was different to the other temples that we have been to. It took another 1 and a half hours to reach HERMITAGE the place we are supposed to stay for 2 nights. We took some rest. Me and my family played UNO ( the card game) when we heard a knock on the door. We were supposed to get ready for a cultural program of Nepali traditional stick dance.

When we came back we had dinner and we went to our room to get some rest when suddenly there was a crowd of North Indian people dancing and celebrating about their successful trip to Nepal. We danced with them and went to bed. By Sahana Ram Prasad.



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