Posts Tagged: Kathmandu

NDRCS Project Update

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

NDRCS Project Update

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

Meeting Jessica’s Kathmandu

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.

Meeting Jessica’s Kathmandu

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.

Where are we now?

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

Where are we now?

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

My Tihar ‘staycation’

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

My Tihar ‘staycation’

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

Nepal Earthquake – lending a hand (part 2)

Due to a squeeze on time (in half an hour I’m leaving Kathmandu do take up a new placement – details to follow!) the next few posts may be more of a photo album than posts but it will hopefully continue

Nepal Earthquake – lending a hand (part 2)

Due to a squeeze on time (in half an hour I’m leaving Kathmandu do take up a new placement – details to follow!) the next few posts may be more of a photo album than posts but it will hopefully continue

Nepal Earthquake – the first few days

Time hasn’t really made much sense since the major earthquake hit Nepal on April 25th. So, it’s seems quite fitting that only now, almost 4 weeks on, am I able to go back and write about those first few days. Although

Nepal Earthquake – the first few days

Time hasn’t really made much sense since the major earthquake hit Nepal on April 25th. So, it’s seems quite fitting that only now, almost 4 weeks on, am I able to go back and write about those first few days. Although

Nepal Earthquake – one week on. Aid mission to Dhading

First of all, I know it’s been a very long time since I last posted. There’s any number of reasons for this but the most recent is of course the catastrophic “7.8-magnitude quake” which struck Nepal one week ago on

Nepal Earthquake – one week on. Aid mission to Dhading

First of all, I know it’s been a very long time since I last posted. There’s any number of reasons for this but the most recent is of course the catastrophic “7.8-magnitude quake” which struck Nepal one week ago on