Saturday, March 15, 2008

Three families reached US safely


California (USA), March 14: Three families from Sanischare camp who flew to the United States as part of the third country resettlement of the exiled Bhutanese on March 10 afternoon reached US safely.

They landed in New Hampshire by US Airways to start the new beginning. They were warmly welcomed by the NGO and Nepalese community who were staying there for a long time.

New Hampshire is one of the 50 states in the United States. It is approximately 500 Kms away from the city of New York and 170 Kms from Boston, Massachusetts. It is touched by the Atlantic Ocean.

Living in New Hampshire offers natural beauties such as seashore, mountains, lakes, four distinct seasons and beautiful scenery. New Hampshire offers the ability to be at the seashore in the morning and later in the day at the mountains.

The city of Nashua is one of the top cities in the country to live in along with city of Manchester and Concord. All these cities offer cultural events, seasonal events, and museums, in addition to schools, colleges and universities. Picnic with family and friends is the common outdoor recreation among many. (Contributed by Lalit Gurung, USA)

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