My Name is Bishwash DEL. I am a Mountaineer, Adventurer, Photographer and 3D Artist . Grew up in Nepal in the mountains. I Studied Computer Enginnering and later changed my field and did 3D Animation for my undergraduate degree in Florida. And one of the courses I took was Technical Directing, I then did my Masters. Did a regular job for a while and quit it. So, In 2017, I left by myself to Europe. It was that trip that planted the travel bug in me. It was that trip that helped inspire me to travel more, visited Hungary, Czech Republic, Luxemberg, Spain, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia.

Going from 3D Artist to outdoor adventurer wasn’t something I planned. It just happened. I started and couldn’t stop grabbing backpack and getting outside. I had never seen so many amazing places. I keep going alone n' alone and used to meet alots of strangers on the go.
I’ve found that you’re never alone when you travel. I worried that if I didn’t travel with friends, I’d be alone. I’d never make any friends. But it turns out you make so many on the road that you have to go out of your way to be alone! You’re constantly surrounded by people! Sometimes i find it scary to be honest. It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to. But that’s what I also love about it. Overcoming challenges. Doing things I never thought I could do. When you started, you learn about yourself. All those fears, worries and insecurities. It’s all exposed, raw and rough. And you need to embrace it, challenge it, and own it.
Solo travel gives you ultimate freedom. You wake up and it’s just you — what you want, where you want, when you want. In that freedom and infinite space of possibility, you meet yourself. You hit the limits of what you like and don’t like. There’s no one to pull you in any one direction or override your reasons. Want sushi? Get sushi. Want to leave? Leave. Want to try bungee jumping? Go for it..
Solo travel is not for everyone. Some people return home soon after departing, others cry for weeks before embracing it, and some just embrace it right away. But you’ll never learn that if you don’t travel once by yourself. Whether a weekend away, a two-week vacation, or trip around the world, try it at least once. ....

,Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all'