Early next day, you can go out for hiking. There are very few distinct roads here so you would have to follow the natural trails to get to places. For all cheese lovers, there's a cheese factory that you can visit, where they make the most amazing yak cheese ever ! I bet you'll fall in love with cheese again. You'll find women happily talking, singing and harvesting crop and that is going to be a soothing sight in itself. The best time to catch the local vibes here would be during the festival of Tihar (Diwali). This festival is celebrated in a grand manner for 5 days with lots of fun get togethers, singing and dancing especially during the 3rd and 4th day. The locals roam around from house to house singing and dancing, collecting money (given by the house owners as goodwill/blessings) which resonates with the festival of Halloween wherein children go out for trick or treat.
Ask any local for the way to the top of a nearby area that would give you the best view of this place and you'd soon be on your way there. I would recommend going there during sunset as this is the time when the golden hues of the sky would perfectly compliment the greenery around.
The best part about this place, as I mentioned earlier, is the place being lesser known, plus the locals here are as hospitable as one can be. They would welcome you in their homes, tell you stories, give you an insight on their lifestyle and before you know it, you'd be a part of their family ! That's what I like best about small villages, the communities are so close-knit, the entire village appears as one family. Also, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that some of the locals had their children well settled in different parts of the world like Britain, US, Canada, Germany, etc., yet they choose to live a life of humility and simplicity.