As you can see by the website name and the first page of the website, my name is Sandesh Gurung and this is my story. I was born in a small remote village located in Gorkha, Nepal. Raised among rivers and mountains, I moved to Kathmandu, Nepal's capital
city, when I was ten years old in hopes of a good education system. As soon as I arrived in the city, I felt as if I had been there since the beginning. Half of me missed my village, but the other half couldn't get enough of the city,
which was densely populated and vastly different from the small village. Who does not like new experience right?. I stayed in Kathmandu for 4 years before I moved to the United States of America at the age of 14 hoping for more freedom.
When I first arrived in Boston, US, I could not believe my eyes as the building were very tall and the city at night was as busy as Kathmandu but during the day. It was difficult for me to adjust to the new country because everything
was new to me. It was an another world altogether. Everything I saw in Kathmandu was also in the United States, but it was 50 years ahead of Kathmandu. I had assumed that roads could only be built on the ground, but in the United States,
there were bridges of highways built on top of each other, giving the impression that I had walked to a another planet. Everything was good and better except foods. All foods tasted bland. As a boy who grew up eating lots of masalas,
all the American foods tasted like they don't add seasonings. It took me a while before I started liking foods. It started with sodas, I liked Mt Dew at first, then pizza, then fries, and now I cannot live without them. As of now,
I am currently studying in a Worcester State University, pursuing to become a software developer.