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Poon Hill Trek Day 4

Ghorepani to Hile

sunny 30 °C

*Text by Class 8 of 2074, Shree Bhagawati Basic School*

First we will go to Ghorepani to Poon Hill went at 5am. There is so many mountain but there place is cold. I like Poon Hill. Samiksha We went to Poon Hill it takes half an hour. I see a sun rise from Poon Hill. I see a mountain in front of us. Nirmala We went to punhill to see sunrise. It looks amazing to see sun rising from the middle of mountains. Anjan In the top of Poon Hill I saw different mountains like Machapuchare, Dhaulugari, Annapurna and Himchouli. Pradip I saw so many aeroplane in the sky which are flying. Samip My special memories of fourth day is that I saw many mountains in the Poon Hills. Sujan


Today was not so hard to walk because the road was going down. Anjan My new experience in the fourth day is that today we go down and going down is so difficult. Pradip


I saw a lot of monkey, they are sitting on the tree and eating fruit. There are so many people walking in the way of jungle. We all are saw they and told Namaste. Bipana I saw two different bird. Orange bird, yellow bird. Puja The Ulleri village is very beautiful and nice. I can learn about the world. Rajesh In whole jungle I saw so many rhododendron tree. I saw little bit other tree and flower. Sagar I saw snake flower in the jungle. Samip


We will come in Hille. There is beautiful view. We take fresh air. Samiksha We came to our hotel and we wash our body. It is warm here. We ate dal bhat, aachar and tarkari. Nirmala When we play game today those game make me fun and happy today. Shekhar

So today I learned that own village is better than others because we say our village don’t have any facilities. Our village is so boring but now we know that how many facilities we have in our village. We realize that by this trip. Anjan

Posted by Andrea R 05:08 Archived in Nepal Tagged mountains nature trek village walk school nepal

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