Picnic with Bhutanese Refugees

Last week Friday, we had opportunity to join with Bhutanese Refugees for a picnic in Ada Town Park. People had brought many dishes along with some typical Nepali food. However, it seemed to be pizza dominated the rest of the dishes. There were games – Soccer, Basketball, ultimate Frisbee, and swing. Elderly people were engaged in talking, while youngsters kept themselves busy with games. These … Continue reading Picnic with Bhutanese Refugees

More Photos from NYC Visit

We took ferry to visit the Statue of Liberty which is standing still with pride and glory as the sign of liberty that the Americans are enjoying. The ticket costs $ 12 each without audio guide. Unfortunately, when we’re very close to the ticket-counter, there was an announcement that the Crown Ticket was no more available for that day after 2 pm. The Crown Ticket … Continue reading More Photos from NYC Visit

Attraction of NYC

Last night, we went to the Empire State Observatory which is 102 story. We also got some informative facts about the building. The total height of the building including the lightning rod is 1,454 feet. The height of the building from the ground floor to the 102nd floor observatory is 1,224 feet. Empire State Building at duskOriginally uploaded by Mark Interrante (aka pinhole) The view … Continue reading Attraction of NYC

Saugatuck Dunes

Thursday was a wonderful day. Sunshine, beautiful green foliage,and Sand Dunes Trip from Campus with friends – wow, that’s awesome! I wanted Prasha to come along with me, but she was all day busy with her job. So, she could not join. We reached at Saugatuck Sand Dunes State Park after fourty-five minutes ride from campus. In fact, Sand dune, according to dictionary definition, is … Continue reading Saugatuck Dunes

Bog Walking and Jumping

Have you ever jumped in the bog anywhere? Today, we went to Towns End Park for bog walking and jumping. First of all, let me introduce what the wetland is before we talk about bog. The wetlands by definition is generally area of transition between dry upland and open water or low lying area which collects water drainage or intersects the water table. Having said, … Continue reading Bog Walking and Jumping