It was already pitch dark and we couldn’t believe our clocks when we saw it was 5:30 pm. We went around the place to check for dinner arrangements. We could see places which were serving dinner and it would be served only at 8 pm if we booked in advance. We headed back to the tent area and started sharing our travel stories. I want to let you all know that none of us had a day planned and we just went by the day. When nothing is up, music is the solution. We played every possible song with the hardly internet option. By the way, we don’t get signal at Shnongpdeng. The only signal we have is street lights. One of the traveler noticed that there was WiFi apparently and tried her way through it. The WiFi was open for sometime and had enough signals to share posts on Insta and FB.
A college group just arrived at the same time for their bidding farwell. I was astonished by their arrangements for this outing. It was a group of 10-15 straight out of college. They got a whole package for feast. There was sound system for karoake, music to play on, generator for electricty, benches for a gossip, vegetables and meat for food, drinks to chill, logs for cooking and campfire, and their amazing group for fun.
I thought its good to meet, and I pulled in the group too. The moment my group saw meat, they kinda backed out as they are pure vegetarians. I started taking to a couple and they were very friendly. They offered me a bite as well???? I started off with my journey on how I landed in Shnongpdeng and they shared their story of arrival. It was a farewell to all of them before leaving to their natives. Neither they disturbed the other travelers nor they felt discomfort in enjoying their share of fun.