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... a good start! It's brewed locally too which is cool. I had a delicious starter of king prawns with butter garlic and herbs, then had a main of a veal sirloin. The veal is sourced from local farms, and was amazing! Don't think all my food will consist of such nice meals, but I thought I'd live it up while LIC were paying! Was too full to order any dessert, but the sticky toffee pud would have been my ...
Finished work and got my flight details today.
Plan is to head to Kingston on the 24th for 13.30.
Spend half a day at pre-departure training; final preparations, brief and team building.
We'll then get a bus all together to Heathrow Airport.
Departing London at :November 24th 21.30 with Air India
Stopping over in Delhi
Arriving Kathmandu at: November 25th ...
... hours, waiting for the coach at Heathrow then the 2.5 hour National Express back to Ringwood. It's nice the weather feels so mild so we can acclimatise gently but I definitely can't get used to it being dark so early. Mum picked us up from Ringwood and we're now safely back at home, greeted by a somewhat disappointing level of excitement from Teasel but it's great to see her. And now that's it, the end of ...
... facilities, nutrition during pregnancies and hard labour immediately post-delivery.
Livelihoods (Micro Enterprise and Market linkage)
A lot of micro enterprise initiative at small scale is there in western Lamjung which are run by women however they need strengthening in terms of their organizational development capacity and also for better market linkage. A study conducted by Sarbodaya had shown that women leading those enterprises cite poor market ...
It does not take long today to arrive at a highlight. Taking a permissive path through a farmer’s field, we arrive at a small clump of trees sheltering a Bronze Age Long Barrow known as The Devil’s Bed and Bolster. There are nine standing stones here, half of them hidden under brambles and nettles. A magnificent pair of horse chestnuts heavily laden with their annual offering of conkers stand guard. There’s nobody around and in the quiet ...