Sunday, 18 January 2009

Teku Hospital

The spartan hospital wards, and the consulting room in the HIV/Aids clinic. Pretty grim place
Presentation of 'The Certificate of Appreciation' by the director; with the nurses and doctors in the HIV/Aids clinic

The Mountain Views

The anguish and pain I experienced were all forgotten when I was in the midst of these breath takingly beautiful views

My Trekking Memories

The start of the trek, notice the steep climb with my personal guide, Dilu's back to the photo.
Chisopani, the first night stop, one street town with 6 houses in the middle of nowhere. Its the smaller guest house on the right. What a view.
My ultimate sacrfice-- the children with my digestive biscuits , half way down the mountain on my second day. Dilu was quenching his thirst sitting behind the children

Saturday, 17 January 2009

Play Time

Cheeky children, who play well together as a family group.They are of 4 girls and 2 boys
Rajeish is the big brother at 10 years old.He is caring and always look out for the younger ones
'Namaste' is the last photo of the girls who say hello with the traditional Nepali greeting

More Photos

Getting ready for school. They are smart looking children.They wear their uniform with pride. Uma checks them over before they leave for school each morning.
Happy punch of kids.The top left photo showing them performing their favourite dance one leisurely evening to a very appreciative audience - yours truly and Uma.
Wonderful memories

Friday, 16 January 2009