We started from Patna, India. We took a bus route to Nepal, which was quite easy and quick. We had to change 3 buses to reach nepal but the journey proved to be worth it. We took a sleeper bus from Mithapur bus stand in Patna at 7:30 a.m. It took 5 hours to reach Raxaul. From Raxaul, there are two ways to cross the border and reach Birgunj, which is a territory of Nepal. We took a horsecart and the other option is battery-operated rickshaws. After a strict checking at Indo-Nepal border, it takes around 25 minutes to reach the bus stand in Birgunj from where you can get a number of options to reach Pokhara, Nepal. It takes around 9 hours to reach Pokhara. We reached at 3 a.m in the morning. We'd priorly booked a hotel in Pokhara which obliged us and gave us an early check-in. We got settled and went off to sleep to start the day fresh. We spent Day 1 strolling the streets of Pokhara along with a rented royal enfield, visited Pokhara lake and world peace stupa clicking pictures thoughout the day. We'd spent the evening on lanes around the Pokhara lake, window shopping.