Posts Tagged: Pharsidol

January; bandas, bricks & journalism?

#1 It has been an interesting and varied month to kick off 2015. Building up to a proposed date for a draft constitution release on January 22nd by the Constituent Assembly of Nepal, many of the opposing/minority parties joined forces to organise

January; bandas, bricks & journalism?

#1 It has been an interesting and varied month to kick off 2015. Building up to a proposed date for a draft constitution release on January 22nd by the Constituent Assembly of Nepal, many of the opposing/minority parties joined forces to organise

2014 in the life of me (part 2)

A summary in pictures (and just a few words) of the year that was 2014, in the life of me (part 2); #11 As this part covers my time since moving to Nepal in July this year, more details can be

2014 in the life of me (part 2)

A summary in pictures (and just a few words) of the year that was 2014, in the life of me (part 2); #11 As this part covers my time since moving to Nepal in July this year, more details can be

Harvest time (part 2)

After cooking and eating the delicious dhedo, I headed down onto the valley floor to join a group of ladies from the village who were working together to harvest a series of rice fields belonging to the local families. #1 An seemingly endless sea of gold

Harvest time (part 2)

After cooking and eating the delicious dhedo, I headed down onto the valley floor to join a group of ladies from the village who were working together to harvest a series of rice fields belonging to the local families. #1 An seemingly endless sea of gold

Harvest time (part 1)

Early November saw me heading back to Pharsidol to offer a helping hand with the rice harvest. #1 First, the lovely view out over Pharsidol with early morning mist forming over the Bagmati river in the near distance. Such a wonderful

Harvest time (part 1)

Early November saw me heading back to Pharsidol to offer a helping hand with the rice harvest. #1 First, the lovely view out over Pharsidol with early morning mist forming over the Bagmati river in the near distance. Such a wonderful

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