Shivapuri Heights Cottages
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... into my phone as my Nepalese credit ran out after 5 texts and the phone has gone crazy, so making any outward contact near impossible for now. I need to some how contact 3 as I forgot to cancel my contract before I left.
Its difficult not to have such good contact with home, but I am being treated like a family member here, I hope to be in contact again soon
PS mum, my thoughts are with you, I hope Dave is OK xxx
... from the plane flying out to Delhi. Seeing the Himalayas is a feeling I had before, different from any other: You are at an altitude of about 1800-2000 meters; from there, you have a first view of the moutains around you, about the same height. But, then, you look up, and you can see those 6000-8000 mountains, all white, as if they were in another dimension.
One of ...
... away, Gyane suddenly recalled the maoist propaganda election poster I was searching for. Still looking fairly new, it seemed fitting that it was posted on a wall where the locals use as their outdoor urinal, directly behind us. Excellent. This was one of the last items to tick off my list ever since I first saw a propaganda poster at the start of my Annapurna trek.
Hanging out with Gyane, ...
... in and bought a necklace at Pashupatinath it really was hard to get away from the sellers there!) We did get "introduced" to pashmina and healing bowl sellers at Bhaktapur, but they were much more gracious when we chose not to buy. :) Have added a couple of photos of Everest, but just realised forgot to get any on my phone for the rest of the day, all on the camera oops. I'll need to add some when I get home :o. All in all, tired but ecstatic after the most amazing day. ...
... add in pedestrians all weaving around each other on the road. I've no idea how they manage not to hit to each other, but they do and wow it is amazing. :) The MIDSON members we've met are inspirational in their vision and drive to establish a truly recognised and licensed Midwifery Profession in Nepal. They are so passionate about Midwifery and how they want it to be here. Bimala has been a wonderful ambassador for MIDSON and the progress that has been made in a ...