Posts Tagged: Kathmandu valley
As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As
Earlier in April I took a few weeks out to host my parents on their first ever visit to Asia and show them my life here in Nepal. I showed them the Himalaya at dawn and Durbar square at sunset.
So, where are we now? It’s mid-November, more than 6 months have passed since the earthquake. The evenings are drawing in and the first snows have fallen at higher altitudes. Since I wrote in mid-October work has continued though things
In the blink of an eye almost another month has flown by since my last post and as ever it’s been action packed. There are therefore a whole backlog of posts I owe you all but I’ve decided to post them progressing
On August 18th, after a wonderful few weeks back in the UK relaxing with family and friends, I landed back in Kathmandu to commence my second year as a VSO volunteer. As I met to formally finish my placement with
In light of the second, high magnitude earthquake to hit Nepal on May 12th, I have been conducting various interviews with the UK press in order to try and explain the situation from my perspective, show what I am working
Sunday March 8th was International Women’s Day and thanks to the Government of Nepal a holiday for my colleagues and I. I made the most of this rare Sunday off work to join friends on a little stroll. We started from