Niva Niwa Lodge
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... and was polite, however am secretly hoping that hospital next week will be better without his pretentious presence. On Friday night I opted to refind my zen by attending another yoga class, this time it was satyananda yoga. I'm not sure if it was just the style of yoga or this specific place but it consisted of the yoga teacher randomly singing words like 'sun' and 'mooooon' and 'relaaaaax'. At first I had to peek out of my closed eyes to see if anyone else was acting ...
... were performing rituals. All around the stupa were various shops. Our guide took us to a Tanka Painting School. First we went up to the roof top and had a great view of Kathmandu Valley. The valley is mainly comprised of three cities with a combined population of six million people. We then went downstairs where we were introduced to the art and an individual explained the differences between some of the different paintings, how the masters use a brush with only one ...
... dhal bhat, something which is prepared in advance by the bucket load in anticipation.
The last few days I've been able to log on to some WiFi from next door... It's very unstable and a seems to cut out when I least expect it to, but it means I've been able to catch up a little with people back home which has been so nice. I also managed to book a hotel in Bali in order to meet Fi and her sister just before Xmas, which means I'm officially going to Indonesia! Whoop!
... the other hospitals to meet Sajana Ranjit and see round the birthing unit they have established there. It'll be interesting to see the set up and compare with what is available at the teaching hospital. R & R today (and just the antidote for two days sitting working on the computer) was an incredible 90 minute massage. So loose, relaxed and sleepy now. Definitely something I want to do again before I come home I think. ...
... domestic warfare
More leisure but less fun; more kinds of food but less nutrition
These are the days of two incomes, but more divorces
Of fancier houses, but broken homes
It is a time when there is much in the show window, but little in the stockroom
A time when technology can bring this letter to you
And a time when we can choose
Either to make a difference...or just hit delete.
The Dalai ...