Tasi Dhargey Inn
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... about how to provide good nutritional but cheap food for their children.It is saddening to hear that part of the problem is not just not being able to afford the food but actually that these people are not taught what food provides good nutrition and how to cook it to get the most nutritional value.
The number of children is minimalised so they can be given the most effective care.The children and the mothers are also given counseling because it realises the traumas many ...
... at night without power. During the day the power shuts out for hours at a time, but it's hard to notice since we're busy out in the valley working all day. I mean I can't blame them since the electrical wires here look like the aftermath of a kitten playing with a ball of yarn, but I'm definitely not used to it. This morning we got to sleep in and have breakfast at 8:30! However, each morning I have been waking up with an upset stomach. I think it's due to ...
... I decided this would be a great opportunity to wear my new Nepali outfit, and so it was that the outfit had it's first showing. There were lots of cheers when we got together again, Michelle had made the effort too and was wearing her new Pashmina and all her lovely bangles, we caused quite a stir! The evening was great, there was traditional Nepalese dancers to watch whilst we ate and chatted, and it passed in a whirl. It was a great end to a very emotional but hugely satisfying ...
... so perhaps I'll use mine tomorrow. It has been incredible getting used to the sights, sounds and chaos that seems to be what makes up Kathmandu, even though I was told what to expect no one can really prepare you. I hope the photos go some way to assisting though. The streets are completely crowded with rickshaws, bicycles, walkers, cars, buses and taxis all going in different directions yet no ...
... br> So I set up my video camera, made sure my audio recorder was working, and got my camera ready. I made a point of taking lots of pictures early because these guys were great and I just wanted to listen to them. I ended up taking several more pictures. After nearly 3 years, almost 9,000 miles, and a rain delay, they were worth the wait.
These guys put on a show! They were excited and enthusiastic about performing. Siddhartha was basically dancing while ...