We’re back after an exciting few weeks in Nepal attending the wedding of our friend Avi and his bride Bipana. Best wishes to you both for the future.
The whole trip was fabulous. We enjoyed our visit to Kathmandu despite the pollution and the worst traffic I’ve ever seen. There are so many temples to see though it seemed to be hit and miss which ones survived the 2015 earthquake. We were also very moved by the riverside cremation ghats.
We even found time to visit the Engineering University in Pokhara and provide some Raspberry Pis for the students to take to a rural school. On the day we left we could see the Annapurna Range snow-capped behind our hotel.
The wedding itself was in the east in Dharan and everyone was so hospitable and welcoming. We enjoyed donning a sari and Nepalese dress for the ceremony and taking part in the spectacular event. The scenery was beautiful wooded mountains and we took a tripup to the cooler heights of the tea gardens.
A parting view of the peak of Mount Everest seen from our plane was the icing on the cake.
Join us for our monthly Raspberry Pi get-together from 5pm-8pm on Tuesday 31st May.
Great opportunity to share projects and ideas.
We’ll show you ours if you show us yours!!
Bring your Pi along or use ours.
Free to all.