Bhadgaon Guest House
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... completely heated through. Fingers crossed! On the trip back to the hotel, Ann and I reflected on the good things we'd seen today and can't help but wonder why there doesn't seem to be as much sharing of information and learning across the two sites as there could be. They are about 20 minutes apart. It feels that so much weight is being put on our input and that of the other volunteers from the twinning project, but they can learn a lot from each other ...
blankets were on!!!
Dave met an Australian woman who
used to manage the resort. She said that dinner this evening was an
Indian/Nepali buffet but they happily prepared chicken in brandy sauce with
potatoes and vegetables for us. They can’t do enough to help and are really
lovely people. Unfortunately neither of us is feeling much like eating at the
moment, though Dave ate most of his.
And so to bed!
... made the mountains look amazing, and trekking was constantly up and down - no flat bits! Our porters were around our age and carrying a really heavy load on their heads. Towards the end of the days trek we saw snow capped mountains! The highest altitude we had reached was 1800 metres! Thomas Conn, Thomas Hubbard & Harry ...
... power is pretty diminished owing to the lack of options, and the drivers know this. He started at 500 rupees and we agreed on 300 ($1 is about 100 rupees), so I wasn't haggling too hard. But, of course when we get there, he says 350. I say we agreed on 300. He replies, yes, but ride very far. Me: than you shouldn't agree to 300. Ah, the joys of 3rd world travel. Next challenge, find my bus as there was no bus station, just a main road with about 100 buses lined up. A man selling ...
... c)3 while I'm outside the country, so implementing that idea may have to wait till I get back.
Then, while I was printing out the executive summaries for these ideas to present at one of the institutions, the Tibetan who runs the internet cafe noticed I was an American with a technical background. The joke around here is if you want someone to visualize a complex three-dimensional mandala, find a Tibetan; if you want someone to fix your computer, find ...