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... time, but different also. It was gorgeous, cooked from scratch and freshly made by the house mamma, spinach from the garden gently cooked, yellow split pea dal, fiery garlic pickle, and a curry of potatoes and tomatoes, plenty of rice and freshly made chapatti. We asked if we could go into the kitchen to see the meal being prepared, and couldn’t believe the way the cooking was organised and the kitchen itself. The oven/stove was a clay oven on the floor, with a few logs ...
Hope that everyone has had a good week so far, and that the rest of the week is kind to you all!
Its baking hot here again, the weather is getting hotter and the rains less and less frequent. Hope that the Indian summer is lovely and warm back home, there is nothing better than an English summer evening, sitting outside and relaxing with a BBQ on the go. We're thinking of you all, ...
... hours to reach Deauli; the highest point of our trek at just over 3300m ASL. Though the rain ceased momentarily, visibility was almost zero and we could not see anything. A little disappointed, we continued down into a valley, descending almost a full 2000m (to 1400m ASL) then back up to our next overnight at Tadapani, ascending again to 2680m ASL. One thing occurred to me on this third day that I hadn't registered previously. All day long we had been walking thorough ...
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The next day we woke up early to see the sun rise. We were told that sometimes the clouds part enough in the morning that we might see the thus-far elusive mountains. We were not disappointed. The clouds were thin enough, we had clear views of several mountains at a time. They were incredible. Like giant powerful sentinels, standing over the valleys forever. It almost felt like they existed ...
... is closer to cornflakes. Bunty has not had to pay her rent as GVI paid for the entire year. This means she will make close to $90,000 rupees a month,,out of this there is no electricity to pay and we think no water bill as water is not used sparingly. Two of the teachers are paid approx $6,000 rupees a month or $70.00 dollars. The other two helpers which do everything from cooking, cleaning and occupying the special needs kids in the afternoon get no pay. They ...