“I’ve never had a worse journey in my life,” says the old man sitting in the rear of the jeep, clinging tightly onto the fittings of the SUV. “What with rock falls, landslides, crashed trucks, snowfall on the high ground… that road is a real nightmare!” The Karnali Highway, in the North West of Nepal is the most dangerous road in the country. It’s 250 kilometres long and links the town of Surkhet, in the valley, to Jumla, altitude 3,000 metres. It sometimes takes five days to make the trip. Hewn out of the rock on the flank of the mountain set in an outstanding natural background, this road, opened barely two years ago, is finally allowing the population of this, the poorest region of Nepal to open up to the rest of the country, to move about and, above all, to bring in supplies of every type. Drivers of trucks, jeeps and even tractors, travellers, shopkeepers who go down to the valley for supplies, public transport, columns of people on foot walking for several days to get to their village… for them the road, despite everything, is the safest and fastest way of getting around this mountainous region. For several weeks, we accompanied all those who, willingly or otherwise, take this “impossible highway”.
The translation is not very accurate if you can understand the conversation then it is very very interesting to watch the documentary... but I admire the hardwork done by this team to create this documentary.. THANK YOU SO MUCH....!
Nepal is very beautiful same like Pakistan awesome city people's don't know this life I live in Hongkong but I love to explore Pakistan rural areas so beautiful so humble can't explain how lovely to live in these areas so pure so untouched lovely life
to all these people who think people existing in poor economies and who do what they have to do..are automatically good people when paired up against the "western youth"..you ignore the fact that these economies are a result of collective effort ,social norms and social problems. If the government does not make safe roads..then that means its people who MUST use that road are inherently good people? Some of you are a bit lazy in your thinking.
Wow and our young people complain! These young people grow up so fast and death is always a possibility, yet their responsibility to their families are very strong and they take it so seriously. We can certainly learn from these people.
Damn that kid is tough...the look on his face right after the narrator says, "...makes up for that backbreaking work." is a look of hate/anger...I empathize with him, hope he makes his way to a better life.
The Hindu bureaucrats (Bahuns and Chettris) of Nepal eats all the money and resources leaving nothing for the citizens...Neither they let anyone other than own community be in parliament favoring nepotism...Brainwashing the innocent and gullible citizens through media and blaming other countries for the misfortune other than themselves....They are busy promoting beef ban and Hiduism while eating the money they get from missionaries and foreign aids....I salute the Nepalese people for being resilient even when they have shitty incompetent leaders and having faced with abject poverty but carrying on and not giving up....The bureaucracy has ruined and looted Nepal time and time again making people suffer the ramifications...It's time the Nepalese people realise that the Government is the problem...
Love these doc's. The young boy who made his way back from India to his family was such a good kid. Bringing back all those things for his family on his back. Kids today in the west have no clue what hardship and hard work really is.
Sam333: It's not that they're not bothered. It's that they have no clue as to what life is like over there, they don't know long it will be before he returns, there's no means of communication with him, and there's nothing they can do about any of these things. So, they're stoic about it all. They don't worry, or learn not to show their worries to others.
True, we people today don't know the hardships even of our grandfathers generation. My grandfather was a carpenter & i inherited his toolbox. Its big, filled with very heavy tools. It takes TWO young guys to lift it- and he used to carry it to worksites everyday.
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