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... aren't tiny! Big enough to scare you. Then comes the squishing. And if you think you know how it feels to be squished... You don't. Mindy gets into the bus (it's really more like a van) and as she's climbing in I'm wondering where exactly she's going to go because there are no available seats. Somehow she manages to squish in with 10,000 other passengers and now I'm suppose to get on? I had to sit on her lap! Mindy then tells me that the ride is ...
... and play cards. No surprises, Nepal is a traditional and highly patriarchal society, though this is becoming less strict amongst the younger generations. - When eating or drinking, the moment something touches your mouth it is considered Jhuto. - When someone is born or dies, the entire family and their home is considered Jhuto for at least 11 days, after which time a priest cleanses the house with Cow urine. 16 JULY After a huge morning of language training, I headed out ...
... labours, and this will only happen by allowing midwives to have the time and freedom to create the right environment. There were many other examples we could have shared but you don't want to leave them thinking they have a mountain to climb, Ishwari ma'am seemed pleased with our observations and we went on to explain that we had also been working with the staff at the TU teaching hospital to get their new birthing centre up and ...
... I returned home several hours later, she walked through the same intersection, but on a different side of the street. Where most beggars would move on when I said no, this lady just stood at the window while she and her children begged for money.
Speaking of beggars, I was walking down the streets of Boudha when a very well-spoken Nepali woman came up to me and asked me for a moment. I told her that I didn't have any money to spare (which is ...