Hotel Blue Heaven
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... was in the air.
Walking back to our cabins under the brilliant stars and full moon, our escort told us their goal is to have hot water in every village home by the end of the year. Gives you pause, doesn't it? To think how different daily life is from everything we have known.
The Tharu Community Village was in stark contrast to where we had been and the chaotic boarder crossing from India to Nepal.
It was at 10:00PM when we passed ...
... and moisture. There was hardly a way for the trucks to make it through. We had to abandon the trucks and walk! Our hopes got completely shattered. We got off the trucks and started walking. The path looked endless, destination eons away, home at the other end of the universe. There was no choice but to keep moving. Pokhara was 3-4 days away. Next town was Tukuche, we asked people how far is that and how the roads were. They said 3-4 hours away. I was high on my new gumboots. I could ...
... on 2 Jan! Should be a treat.
Had pancakes and tea and then took the boat across the lake again back 'home'
Very pleasant if not for the children arguing and fighting.
Miraj made us some dhalbat.
Then off to ...
... The tour guide just walked straight out onto the road into traffic. The 10 hr bus ride wasn't that bad as we had few stops along the way for the bathroom and some lunch, while at the stops we had to use some squat toilets which was a very new experience for some of the girls and guys of the group!! After finally arriving in Pokhara it was cold and a little ...
... lead some English activity games, encouraging us to try them when we get to community.
We reached the end of our working day, chilled out for quite a bit and had some food. We had all planned to meet up for another movie night but for some reason my laptop wouldn't work - It broke. No idea how though.
The last day of training, Krishna gave us a motivational speech in the morning some of it may have been lost ...