Nepal Homestay - Muna'S Family
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- Free parking
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... families must promise to keep their children in school. There is also a micro-savings project, to help families save money for their children's education and to improve their lives. Also in the near future, HHCP wants to set up local libraries so that children can practice and love reading. One library costs $5000. Also in the future, Hari wants to get tailors to make and sell cheap re-usable menstrual pads. Menstration is quite stigmatizied in Hindu culture, where very religious ...
... to the body and mind.
At the entrance of the numerous monasteries surrounding the stupa there was a giant prayer wheel and vegetable oil candles. We spent some time in two of the monasteries, both of which really reminded us of our time in Tibet. The one was dedicated to the future Buddha and there were photos of the Dali Lama and the former head monk.
The second temple that we visited was where we were treated to a special blessing for ...
... socks and 2 shirts plus I wore my down jacket and my hat to bed in the sleeping bag with a huge blanket on top and I still felt chilly! I was very happy the bathroom wasn't outside as I had feared. The next day we woke at 6:00am and had breakfast at 7:00am and then did about an hour of service before heading back to the hotel for lunch at 9:00am... Yes lunch at 9:00am. Guess what it was? Dal Bhat. Oh the joys. The ...
... hour drive from Meghauli village of Chitwan to Kathmandu. After our usual huge and delicious breakfast at Barahi Jungle Lodge, we said goodbye to all the staff that had served us so well over the 2+ days that we stayed there. I don't think I have ever had better service at any resort than we had at Barahi. Our Nepali driver was waiting for us in a relatively new 4-door Indian made Tata sedan. Pretty comfortable for our long drive. So we set out, knowing that the first 90 minutes ...
... stagnant, it was reminiscent of similar scenarios in American cities. When moving, it was anything but. Cars, motorcycles, tractors, bikes, pedestrians, and cows (yes. cows.) were absolutely everywhere, and were all maneuvering in an elegant game of chicken. Exactly how close can you come to an accident without one occurring? Pretty damn close, ...