Niva Niwa Lodge
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... wasn't there very much, this wasn't questioned. If a teacher was missing the students were just left. These children only get one chance at education so it seems very unfair they are getting such a raw deal. The classes just follow a very dry text book so we tried to make it a bit more exciting with games and using posters. Sometimes they even taught me a game.
Meeting the local villagers was also a pleasure. They seemed a little reticent with us ...
... have slept in floor...would have been cleaner. Now I know why we need to "find a new standard of clean" while here lol!!! The hotel was apologetic and arranged a driver and tour for us yesterday which was fantastic!! Stay tuned.....time to check out of hotel and head to the volunteer dorm now for 3 days for preparation for our remote village nursing experience!! So who knows what the next 3 days hold.....but I can't wait to find out! Love and hugs and Happy ...
... we were back in Thamel we bought plastic bags to waterproof the insides of our bags as we thought they would have to go on the roof of the bus to Nagarkot. Luckily it wasn't a busy bus so they could go inside, it was good we waterproofed them anyway because we had to walk 20 minutes through the mud and rain to the bus stop (despite the hotel telling us the bus will pick us up). We made the windy ascent up to Nagarkot almost driving off the edge a ...
... assume that they were dosed up on valium. I then proceeded to pour a whole cup of tea over myself and spent the rest of the flight wearing crew pyjama pants and finally as I slept on the floor in New Delhi airport I was rudely awoken by a hoover just inches from my face!
A familiar smell as I stepped off the plane and a line of cleaners **** to ****** close and I was swiftly reminded of the vast culture ...
... Kathmandu was non-eventful but the process of obtaining our entry visas for Nepal and waiting for our luggage consumed most of the rest of the day. Waiting for our luggage involved dodging scads of people returning to Nepal with huge numbers of suitcases and boxes( they go to Dubai and Singapore to shop for electronics), making the baggage claim area very crowded and SLOW! It took over an hour to get ...