Surely I will forget many people and things when I write this blog. But I am going to try my best to go through my images and remember what happened and who I met.
See, here is how I function. My memory capacity is reserved for medicine. Anything else, is of no matter or significane. Except sometimes when I like my friends too much then I do actually care.
So, I shall start with 2 things on my mind.
1. The £1 pound cake I found a decent picture of it 😂 Ok not really, but I tried.
2. There was a Brazilian guy I met before I leave the Green house. He was so sweet and I found a few pictures of us looking good. So here is to Marco
Was nice having you for 3 days 👫
Chasing him with a tika. I think all volunteers have been over blessed with tika 😂 it is hilarious
This picture was hours before me and Marco had left the Green hell. Jay was keeping us company and helping me move.
How I look most of the time in the slow as a snail 🐌 Internet room
One day I had asked one of my favourite people, Wangdu, to take me to the medical colleges they have in Nepal.
First his college
And the view
The classroom view haha
Then medical college (where we send patients we can’t deal with)
Thank you so much for taking the time to show me around
On to another note, remember those Turkish cleaning companies? I ran into a few trucks collecting rubbish
My precious Lucy, when she left she had left something precious with me from her.
Ah yes, we had the Indian president for a week in Nepal. Out of all places he decided to stay in a hotel next to my work, Hayatt. Whenever he wanted to pass the streets must be emptied of even dogs. I didn’t know. I was walking and saw police and military everywhere and as I look Nepali to them, they wanted to shove me behind a gate. See the gate on the right below.
Accidents in Nepal
And … when Nepalis get in an accident haha all lie about whose fault is it! Haha it was quite hilarious, no one got hurt.
Remember how I told you Nepali people are hard working? Sometimes it amazes me, some other times it makes me sad.
The child that had to row our boat in Pokhara (ignoring me and sweating like no tomorrow)
Children helping a move for a few rupees
Ok enough for today I think, right? I am writing this entry as I sit in a coffee shop for Wi-Fi 😂 waiting for people to show up so we can go party for new year’s event.
With much love to everyone and best wishes for a happy jolly new year ahead. Nevermind the smoothie on my mouth haha