It was a much-awaited outing. We, the Nepal Weekly team, went for an adventurous journey to Bhotekoshi, the place where bungy jumping takes place. We camped at the Last Resort, drank a lot whiskey and beer and sang and danced amid camp firing. It was a superb outing. The memories are still lingering. What could be a better way than portraying it in pictures!
Kickstarting the picnic: The first breakfast after reaching the Last Resort at Bhotekoshi
Hungry Journos: See the plates are empty!
While my guitar gently weeps: An unlikely guitarist Bikash Karki, Shailendra (with cap) and me
Canyoning Relaxing Trekking: What not!
Photo-Op for a photojournalist Shailendra Kharel
Hey he's missing a tune, Bikash seems to say
Enjoying breakfast after a splendid nocturnal lull
Brave People: Bungy jumpers and swingers with Bungy master (in orange T-shirt)
Those who did not dare to jump (including me)
Swinging doesn't look as easy as editing: Nepal Editor Sudheer Sharma readies for a swing
Heading Home: But there was a brief hiatus at Khothe, Sindhupalchok
Hello world, Here I am: Some Deepak portraits will follow:
Pointing to the bungy spot
After swinging, slitting a he goat (khasi) was Shaligram Tiwari's much boasted adventure (He goat courtesy: Bikash Karki)
Aftermath of a goat slitting
Journos in a different role
Bikash Karki in a new role
All the picnicers