As mentioned before, our friend from Udaipur suggested we come to Nepal for the sole purpose of staying at the Annapurna Eco-Village. It was a seven hour drive from Kathmandu to the eco village and after what was easily the most tumultuous drive I have ever experienced, we arrived at the paradise that was Annapurna and breathed a sigh of relief. A couple thousand meters up the side of a mountain and shadowed by the Himalayan mountains, this place truly was a sight to behold. Completely cut off from modern civilization, they have no need for wifi or electricity, totally self sufficient in the cool mountain air we rested for a week. We spent our days learning about what it takes to create a self sustaining community and experiencing what life is like when your not constantly thinking about how many “likes” your most recent Instagram post has gotten. This was truly one of the most beautiful places we have ever visited and we were so moved by the sense of love and community that everyone had for each other and for the land that we can’t help but preach a little bit about how incredible it was. Annapurna Eco-Village and everyone that helps keep it maintained will forever hold a special place in our hearts.