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posted on August 2, 2014 by Erin Leeder
Wednesday July 2 Felt Making Factory Seven Women Centre Today we visited a felt making factory. Felt is a huge export industry in Nepal and this particular factory supplies Seven Women with the felt for their products. It also employs many of the women trained in the Seven Women Centre. The attitude of its owner
Day 3- Tuesday July 1 Today was a day I’ve been looking forward to for a while. We spent the entire day meeting the women at the Seven Women Centre. I have volunteered with Seven Women Australia since 2012 and the money we raise at the stall at La Trobe directly supports the centre and
Day 2- Monday June 30 Today was culture and history day. The morning was spent in Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. Durbar Square is the religious centre of the city and holds an amazing number of Hindu and Buddhist temples and shrines, as well as the old palace. Have a look: The square holds a few surprises.
Day 1- Sunday June 29 I knew this city wasn’t like anything I’ve seen before from the moment we hit the runway. The red brick and wooden-panelled airport couldn’t be further from the shiny white Bangkok airport we had left three hours earlier. The sticky humidity of summer couldn’t be more different to the cold
posted on July 9, 2014 by admin
This Tour is half way through and has been brilliant! What a fantastic group we have.
posted on July 16, 2013 by Lauren Coleman
Our last full day in Nepal snuck up on us, but certainly went off with a bang! We visited a school run by one of Steph’s friends Prem, We couldn’t believe the reception we recieved at the school. A full cultural dance program, with performances by the kids (which were amazing), as well as tea
This morning we got a real taste of the Buddhist culture here in Nepal. We visited Boudhanath, a huge Buddhist temple (called a stupa). Boudhanath is world heritage listed and possibly the most significant site for Buddhists. People travel from great distances to visit the site, and there is a large Tibetan population who live
Right now I am sitting in Bangkok International Airport. We flew out of Kathmandu this afternoon and are waiting for the long haul flight back to Australia. This trip has been absolutely amazing. I can, of course, only speak for myself but I suspect the group shares my feelings! I have learned so much, gained
posted on July 11, 2013 by Lauren Coleman
Pharping is a large village about an hour or so out of Kathmandu. We were lucky enough to get the chance to stay overnight there last night with a friend of Steph’s, Kabita. This second village visit was a bit more interactive – we were able to visit A School for Community (ASC) – an
The bus ride back from Chitwan was intense! Heavy rain overnight had caused landslides all along the mountain road, so there was an awful lot of waiting involved. Kudos to our driver for getting us through – even the roads not affected by the rain aren’t fantastic. We were all very tired, but glad for