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Finished work and got my flight details today.
Plan is to head to Kingston on the 24th for 13.30.
Spend half a day at pre-departure training; final preparations, brief and team building.
We'll then get a bus all together to Heathrow Airport.
Departing London at :November 24th 21.30 with Air India
Stopping over in Delhi
Arriving Kathmandu at: November 25th ...
... to get informed on SRH issues and make an informed decision on SRH thus improving their SRH outcomes and subsequently quality living. The key issues leading to SRH complications in these communities are cultural taboos on SRH education, early marriage, multiple pregnancies in preference for male child, uterine prolapse, sexual hygiene maintenance and management (for e.g. Menstrual hygiene management) sexually transmitted infections including HIV, safe delivery ...
... note that there is no pub in Melbury Osmond, so if that is your motivation to walk there then forget it). For those of you that actually want to see the native wildlife then head to one of the local farms where the wild native Holstein dairy cow can be seen going about its day.
There are literally several more things one can do if they want to go further a field such as Abbotsbury where there are swans, ...
One neighbor showed up with 24 cup cakes (Well decorated!) and two big cakes, another came with a box full of rocky road, another with a tray of biscuits, another with two boxes of small cakes and one massive ginger cake and finally a lady came on the day with 60 cup cakes in individual boxes and bags!! and this is just a few of the 'Bake donations'.
I went out and picked up a couple of things to make ...
... finally got to see this amazing structure and learn about some of the theories about why it was built. It was also interesting to learn that it's not just the stones that make up Stonehenge but also the mounds and markings on the ground. The other thing that makes you realise how old it is is the colosseum in Rome was built almost 2000 years after Stonehenge! You can't walk amongst the stones anymore but you can still appreciate the size ...