In the evening, we did camp on one of the beaches along the Trisuli river.
A long suspended bridge was crossing the river at this point (you could easily imagine Indiana Jones on this one)..
On the other bank, we walked through a small village.
With the help of Tongka, we could even enter inside a typical nepalese house and see a local farmer preparing (illegaly ?) in big cooking kettle the regional strong alcohol ! We were invited to have a sip of it : it tastes like the japanese Saké.
Population of Nepal is very young ! Kids are running every where ! Their attitude towards tourists is generally somewhat less "professionnal" (i.e. more natural) than in India : they may ask you a candy or so, but they won't follow for hours trying to sell you everythung and anything.
The day after, it was another 3 hours rafting, always with as much fun.
Then, after lunch on the arriving beach, we were back in the minibus and heading to the Chitwan national park, near the India border in Terai country.