I was 13 years old when I was diagnosed with diabetes. I was 24 when I came to terms with it.
We had to cross the width of Nepal to get to Uttrakhand from Sikkim. In transition, we entered and crossed a part of West Bengal, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh and finally we would enter Uttrakhand. We were very eager to cross West Bengal as fast as possible. It is one of the dirtiest state we’ve... Continue Reading →
And just like that, our Sikkim journey came to an end. When we had to say our goodbyes to the Sherpas, I thought it was would be a polite goodbye. Similar to like how our goodbyes was with the Limboo family. We were all packed when Jamuna asked us to wait for five minutes. We... Continue Reading →
Pema Sherpa surprised us by inviting us to his relative's wedding in his village. That was one of the most endearing qualities of Pema, he never missed an opportunity to show off his heritage. Whether it was the land, the mountains or the people. He wanted to help us have a real Sikkim experience. He drove... Continue Reading →
Another cold day in Sikkim. And a perfect day for a walk in the woods to a nearby waterfalls, Mainebass waterfalls. Like Pema and Jamuna had promised, they joined us too. They were more excited than Naveen and I to go on this trek, they were so excited to show us what was ahead, what... Continue Reading →