The Dwarika'S Resort-Dhulikhel
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... and where I should be able to help out for some of my remaining time here!
I apologise for the lack of pics, the files are quite large so are not easy to upload... I'm always very conscious of the time while I am at the web point to get everything squeezed in.
Once again I send u all my love and hope to be able to use Skype at the weekend, so if u think u might be free maybe morning your time, I will try and schedule in a visit to the web point. Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
... trip, gotten to know a great group of people and was disappointed for our time in Nepal to have come to an end.
The itinerary we had kept much the same as previous years, site seeing, visiting Pashupatinath temple, Kathmadu Darbar Square, ACP (Association of Craft Produces), a three day visit to Chitwan National ...
... one installed! It was lovely to see that they are so keen to improve care for their women. I did broach the idea of private birthing rooms for the women, but this seems a step too far at present. One thing Michelle noticed was that the door to the emergency theatre was very narrow, we tried to get one of the trolley's through and it wouldn't fit! We now need to reconsider the layout as the door cannot be widened, Parbati wondered whether smaller trolleys would be ...
... really good decision as the next days the sky were clear and you could even see some snow covered peaks and the view was just incredible! All three of us went and it was an amazing experience, not as much of a thrill as bungy jumping, it was a bit like riding a roller coaster. After the paragliding finished we jumped in the car to go back to Kathmandu. When we got there we met Anil, a colleague of Fabian's mother who practically organized our whole stay ...
... first night on the island there was a big bonfire party. They brought in African drummers from Madagascar, girls ranging from 14-18, that could play the drums amazingly. There was plenty of food and booze, even absinthe (at a crazy reasonable price, since they have a brewery right on the island). Funny thing is, the island also serves as an army base camp and on the night of the bonfire, Keenan and I met the commander of the island, who was so wasted he could barely stand, and he made ...