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... the street. It was every man/woman for their selves. But no one got hurt.
One of the men in the car last night was the hotel's tourist coordinator. We met him this morning and arranged several tours outside Kathmandu. This will be our chance to see the Himalayas and see some of the beautiful countryside. I will tell you all about it tomorrow.
We then took a rickshaw to Durbar Square (which means Royal Square), an area with many ancient temples. That was ...
... old people sitting helplessly staring into our eyes with a surprisingly welcoming glow, and people hard at work with a baby strapped to their front and baskets on their back. Nobody ever showed a threat of danger, just as no one has this entire trip. We then were brought to a magnificent Hindu temple in an open square. It kind of reminded me of an abandoned Epcot or Disney feature. Our next stop of the day was a children's center (it was really ...
... and sort out the guidelines/protocols for which women can deliver here. Selection criteria shouldn't be a problem, we discussed what they considered to be low risk and it was fairly similar to our criteria, although they were a lot stricter when it came to age, strangely. Our criteria would accept ages 16 - 40, yet they felt it had to be 20 - 30 only. I can only imagine that this has something to do with the reduced antenatal care the Nepalese have in ...
... in everything.
Watching a mother's love for her child or laughter and smiles between friends are the types of experiences that are universal.
It is simple to mark difference, close your mind to it because it is foreign, and use it as a justification to hate. It is much more difficult to find commonality in the things that really matter in life and use it as a basis for love.
But the best things in life are those we have to work for, so it is well worth it.
... building shared - was located on the ground floor. All I could think was how appalling most North Americans would find these conditions and yet how content and happy these people were. The father worked in construction and Saigo said that sometimes he came home after work and sometimes he did not.
The mother gave the daughter a bit of cash and sent her out for some drinks. She returned with cokes for Monica and myself. We left an ...