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... to ginger tea and Zyrtex, well dressed and bright faced, we were standing at the airport with open arms to welcome our adventurous mothers, Mumsy and Mupsky.
It was a fantastic month that followed. In which we were reminded of how awesome it is to be the offspring of cool mothers who shove all health and safety aside to spend time with their kiddos.
That month saw us starting off treasure hunting in the streets of Kathmandu; enjoying ...
... a banana nutella cake. Hopefully we will also be able to meet with Naren and Ashitha for a charity baking sale on Saturday... so far there are no guests so fingers crossed!
So there is not much else to report, we have been getting into a nice routine, working hard and chilling too. When the web works we have both been trying to plan our next movements and thinking about our futures. Whatever happens, I’m excited about it
Bye for now
... to make me a snack that I could eat in the evening to ensure that I was eating something during the working day. This was very generous of her but I was fearful of not liking it and not want to offend her. Anyway, when I arrived today there was two little Tupperware pots on my desk. Ah - Jayanthi must have known that I had nominated today as Curry Day! When it got to 5pm, I asked Raj if he would come to the canteen and keep me company. ...
... country is the most diverse country I have ever encountered,I've had moments where i pinch myself because I thought I was dreaming and the opposite too. Mum can't see herself ever stepping foot in this country but I can't see myself NOT coming back to this chaotic but fascinating country. The south is supposed to be beautiful... Haha no doubt I'll hate myself if I ever do make the mistake of coming back. Already planning on a trip to Miami next year - any country that ...
... chatted about the
progress kids are making.
We rushed off to Kan****purum which is the largest ASP. Unfortunately we were late arriving and over 200 children were crammed in to the one room waiting – the heat was almost
unbearable. Lavinya did a wonderful traditional Tamil welcome dance and then we experienced lots of different entertainment which the kids thoroughly enjoyed. We got to talk to two ...