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... are many up here, brought up by cattle etc. Hope they don't get me! Then he told me of trekking to Everest years ago, when the local currency was in silver coins so you needed extra porters to carry the sacks of cash! He's quite a character. He told me he needed a dog to protect his goats as the last one was killed by leopards! Just then we noticed the mountains poking through the clouds so I went & took some pics.
I had dinner with Germima & John, an ...
... Australia for this trip) and saw that it was a temple dedicated to female force, Shakti. Shakti is the Hindu mother goddess who is the origin of universal creativity and power. I'm all about the worship and celebration of woman and creativity! Entering the tiny temple: Shoes off - check Offering to shrine - check Bow/ touch shrine & make wishes - check Get blessed by the man in the small temple - check! (Getting blessed involves a red, powdered substance ...
... delicatessens that I'd been wanting to try! Didi promised to cook us a dish with the Buffalo meat the next evening. I was drooling already. We didn't get meat very often in the village so we usually had chicken once a week. But we were totally spoilt this week because our hosts brought pork back from town which we had for dinner on Sunday. And now we were going to have Buffalo meat! For tonight, we had pizza with tuna! It tasted incredible! ...
... people back with us - we got an attendance of 48 but all felt pretty rubbish about it. However those that did attend felt the training was good - who knows maybe next time the message will get round more effectively.
The Rambazar ACD. Woke up at 6.30 got ready and walked to Dui Piple to get the bus at 8am to go to Rambazar, we got there on time which was a huge success and we only started a little late. The session was brilliant, it was based on Mental ...
... food and it rained down on all of us.) We made our way to the Singh bridge that had WHITE water flowing through the middle and down the waterfall across from the bridge. Devi's Falls was next on the itinerary where we had a much needed lunch and took plenty of photos with others who were visiting while we saw the loud and fast waterfall. Finally, we made our way ...