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Journey of IIH: From Where It All Began.

From some corner of Bishal Nagar, Kathmandu IIH announces this journey, which even he might not have realized that it would be a life long memory.
With all essentials packed into this 'dhokro' & a couple of thousand rupees in pocket, iih & his friend Parbat, will be taking a random bus, to a random destination, & trek till they exhaust their resources. Eeney, meeney, miney, moe... here they go! #jogi #machocho #travel #backpack#random #retreat #Nepal 

My Journey of knowing IIS began here "some-madness-is-worth-it-journey-of-iih" and I have written a bit of what he did. Everyone now knows about the journey he made, 224 days of walking to entire Nepal, about 6000+ KMs. The good thing is he keeps everything on his Instagram account like a daily journal. Although not daily because the internet and electricity are not easily accessible in all part of our country. But whenever he got the opportunity he used to share all information on a daily basis.

I went through his earlier posts to find out where it all began. I got this post which clearly shows his announcement of going into the wild. And this is an interesting part because he and his friend Parbat started the journey. But when I came to know about IIH on his 120+ days of walking, he was somewhere alone on his own. His backpack size has also already decreased. The pair of clothes he was wearing was nearly torn and some wellwisher had delivered a new pair. 

There are many things which I am excited to explore and share here. I'm sure readers will enjoy too. It's like me going through IIH's post and sharing once again about what happened :) Next day early in the morning they walk from Sundarijal and the journey begins:

Seeking to rescue faith ~ here we begin our 'random' hike. Where do you think this might be, any guesses?
It's Day1 and the beginning of a beautiful story. More stories and more from his journey will be shared in this site. Follow iihgram on instagram because this story is months old and he is sharing some bits of memories every single day on his Instagram.

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