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... and look at their own pictures on the back screen of our cameras. The bright red, green and yellow sarees were dazzling compared to the contrast of homes constructed from a mixture of bamboo, elephant grass, mud and dung.
In the past several months, the people of this village started their own home-stay experience for tourists. They pooled their money and their labor to build 8 cabins in the style of their homes, provide a tour and a home cooked meal ...
... in the boat to town for massages. Yes...Ralph and I are junkies.
We stopped at a handcraft shop and bought some special presents for friends and family.
I went to my Ayurvedic massage and it was fabulous. we ...
... what we had planned for the day! So we chilled out and read the books we'd just got.
The day of lots of students. We started the day early holding a womens group session at 7am - so in Nepali time 8ish, on reproductive health and organs. We went home and had food and chiya then headed out to meet the drugs misuse facilitator at 11. We all headed to Mangala together and got grades 8, 9, 10 and +2 out for the session. I introduced myself and got everyone ...
... we had two visitors - long term VSO volunteers Simon and Judith, originally from Somerset! Simon gave us a presentation on livelihoods and his work out here in Nepal. His area of expertise being farming - specifically dairy farming back in England. His example on micro-enterprises were actually really interesting and very helpful. Once he was finished we met some of local media member (newspapers and tv people).
We all headed up through the village ...
... was hard to see the sicker patients as we had no access to any investigations so trying to communicate the severity of certain health problems and that these required urgent hospital investigation was an ongoing battle, and times was frustrating that we couldn't help more. After this first day we saw over 150 patients with only 6 of us volunteers (and our respective translators) so we were wrecked. Tomorrow we will hike to our next village and ...