Posts Tagged: nepali

Learning the Devanagari Script

First of all apologies for the lack of recent posts; the past few weeks have been action packed but also temporarily internet free hence the lack of communication. I will attempt to catch you up on everything in an imminent

Learning the Devanagari Script

First of all apologies for the lack of recent posts; the past few weeks have been action packed but also temporarily internet free hence the lack of communication. I will attempt to catch you up on everything in an imminent

Village Stay in Pharsidol (part 2)

My week long stay in the rural, Tamang village of Pharsidol was an absolutely fascinating and memorable experience. As mentioned in part 1 however, both to counteract the large food intake and of course most importantly to maximise learning of both language

Village Stay in Pharsidol (part 2)

My week long stay in the rural, Tamang village of Pharsidol was an absolutely fascinating and memorable experience. As mentioned in part 1 however, both to counteract the large food intake and of course most importantly to maximise learning of both language

Village Stay in Pharsidol (part 1)

Just over 5 weeks into being in Nepal, and 4 weeks into the language training course, it was time to step things up to next level by means of an intense language focussed, rural village stay. Therefore from September 7th for just under 1

Village Stay in Pharsidol (part 1)

Just over 5 weeks into being in Nepal, and 4 weeks into the language training course, it was time to step things up to next level by means of an intense language focussed, rural village stay. Therefore from September 7th for just under 1

First steps around Kathmandu

So, I’ve arrived and am staying temporarily in a guest house in the Patan/Lalitpur district of town. The VSO ‘in country induction’ training starts in earnest on Monday and until then I have time to relax and get accustomed to

First steps around Kathmandu

So, I’ve arrived and am staying temporarily in a guest house in the Patan/Lalitpur district of town. The VSO ‘in country induction’ training starts in earnest on Monday and until then I have time to relax and get accustomed to