We started our day on a microbus going from Kathmandu to Besisahar (300 Rupee). We've been told that if you take a bus it cost less but takes an extra 1-2 hours. we decided to pay the extra. We left at around 6:30 in the morning and arrived at around 13:30. From Besisahar it's possible to save a few hours of walking and take another bus to a village named Bhulbhule. The ride goes through another village named Khudi. Since there were no seats inside to bus, we were sent straight to the roof. Hey, it's Nepal!
Here are the friends I was traveling with on the roof. It's very amusing at the beginning but then your a*s really hurts. It's not really a road but more close to a VERY bumpy trail.
This bus costs 50 Rupees (no discount If you had a roof ride!). When walking there aren't too many ups and downs so the hight of Besisahar and Bhulbhule is around the same and walking isn't hard. Distance is 9 KM. We've been told it would have taken us 3 hours to walk, It took around half of the time to drive.
We ended the day in a guest house in Bhulbhule. It's a nice village which is built on to sides of the river, and a bridge over troubled water is hanged over it. We were very excited, to begin our journey the day afterwards.
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