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Good morning everyone! It's nearly 2AM Brissy time so we can actually say that :) however it's only just after 9:30pm here.... Internal clocks are slowly getting used to the large time difference for most people luckily... Me (Alyssa) not so much ! Today was incredible though, and full of new excitements for us all. We started off our day with an amazing breakfast consisting of omelette, coffee (mmmmmmmmmmm), juice and jam on toast. Cheap as pie too, which ...
... I would walk there myself, took 30 minutes but I met a woman asking for milk for her child. I said ok il buy the kid some milk.. we got to the shop she ordered more it came to 2,100 rupees I guess it's not a lot but I now realise they charge you lots more as shopkeepers are in on it too!! Oh well they are poor but lesson learnt.
I was sweating when I got there I climbed sooo many steps, great views of the whole of ...
... full of laughter. Dhruba commented there seemed to be more laughing going on, I think its a sign that the real me is here in Nepal, in my new but temporary home. It will be very sad to say goodbye tomorrow but I am very excited to visit the country of my not-too-distant ancestors and to meet with my great-aunt for the first time in years.
So hopefully I shall send an update soon, from the country I have wanted to visit since I was a little girl... INDIA!!!
With headache still lingering and my second dose of Paracetamol on board we set off by taxi to the Prasuti Women's Hospital. Ma'am Sajana Ranjit from MIDSON was there to meet us and we were taken to meet matron Maiya Manandhar In her office. Ma'am was being treated like a celebrity, everyone seemed to know her and all wanted to stop and chat. Apparently she had been matron here for several years before retiring 4 years ago. Although another busy place, the staff were ...
... by conversing with tourists and travelers like us. While digging into his pizza, it was somewhat comical to watch Saigo pick up his knife and fork and look at these pieces of cutlery as is they were some kind of foreign object. Monica spent some time showing him how to hold a knife and fork instead of garnishing these like lethal weapons. The culture in Nepal is that one eats with their hands and Saigo had never used cutlery before. He ran ...