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Departing Melb. 12.30am 12th March via Bangkok
Arriving Kathmandu 12.45pm
Check in to Hotel Shambala with that glorious pool… hope the weather is fine!
Planning a few days of catching up with old friends and meeting newly arrived ones,
and of course there will be the catching up with the Volunteer organisation
Sajha Pahal means Public Help… (I can help you to help if you feel like it)
I’m hoping to catch up with the boys and their teachers and carers,
and of course my other passion, assist the girls with cricket and assist Aarati build her training centre for RCW,
Of course I want to see more of this wonderful country and meet more of it’s friendly and welcoming people, so I’ll be heading to the Tea gardens of Ilham, pics to follow,
Then a stay over at the Chitwan Royal Reserve to see the famous Rhino and Elephants, and perhaps catch sight of a tiger, stay over in a local village or two here and there and immerse myself in the serious cultural experience
and just 1 more moment of indulgence, trying to drop over the border into India and catch a Test match, Aust. v India…
So, here is hoping for an even better trip, knowing a little more than I did the first time,
Follow me on Facebook, and I’ll try and load pics along the journey, and please, don’t hesitate to contact me if you would care to send a donation, I can ensure that whatever you send WILL go 100% to a person in need.
I’ve seen some amazing images this week, from raging flood waters in my home state of Tasmania, this amazing woman whose image title I struggled with, to the latest World Vision TV adverts depicting young girls living in danger and fear of becoming child brides or worse at the age of 8 years old.
I added a few of my own captured images too:
This one resonated with me, you know how sometimes something just clicks, well this one meant a bit personally, after struggling around in the fog of depression for a few years, I am finding some clarity lately, I’m grateful for the good friends who stick by me when things aren’t so good. So just to spell it out, the communications towers always managed to keep themselves in the clear, like me, just keeping my nose above water, but with the emergence of the solid mountain appearing, you can actually see those towers are built on a solid foundation, and while it’s not always visible, I know I have an unbelievably strong foundation, it’s just sometimes not visible…
I recently started playing Cricket for fun, knowing that I’d never become exceptional because I began too late in life. I’ve become better and have a very minor talent for the game, so when I play poorly I now know and I get down on myself. When up against an opposition with far more skill I find it hard to do much else than get pissed off. Rather than let that anger out, I take note of it and use it to fuel my desire to practice more. Whether in sports, work, or everyday life, we can get complacent with our skill and forget that we always have some room for improvement. When you start to get mad, get better instead.
I wrote that piece about you…
because I want to read more about you!
If you are a WordPress blogger, please re-blog this post. It may assist needy women in remote areas of Nepal. Further to my recent blog about the good work my nephew, Steve, and wife, Nat, are doin…
Source: KNICKERS TO NAT