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26
Nov2013

FRIDAY

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Had another bumpy Indiana Jones ride on the local bus to go to Kathmandu , the price - 10 rupies...

Kathmandu looked chronically busy - tiger balm sellers , pipe carvers , 100% cashmere ( or is it ... ) shawls , incenses , mandalas , internet coffee places , wondering tourists , pirated dvd's , sleeping bags , fake ,, North face " winter jackets , woolen socks , yak- milk tea bags and so on and so on.

26
Nov2013

I can confirm it - Nepal is the country , where when you ask something , you will never get it , and you are given ,when you don't ask it . Today my face looks like a tribal native indian face , covered in all the rainbow colors - for no reason , all the people i lived with or worked with decided to give me Tikas in the most vivid colors . The teachers asked me to buy a sari and wear it at school :

26
Nov2013

How can one explain what the celery is to the kid who never saw it in his life ? I had difficulties with that during my English class. At school local teachers,, accused ''us being unsociable and reserved . They wanted us to hang out with them in the room of principal , which serves as a teacher's room as well . Schoolteachers here are quite gossipy at a glance here.

26
Nov2013

MONDAY

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Back to work. Indeed , I started to to be fond of those English lessons we are having every morning - it's so amusing to see kids actually willing to learn something with such an enthusiasm and without any enforce .

26
Nov2013

DAY 6

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Back to the orphanage . Bought the ball for boys ( they had no , even all of them love football ) and the 22 pair of socks ( not one of them had any ) . The handout had a huge success . Girls were trying the socks , then putting them back tidily in their treasure troves . The older boys started the try outs of the ball straight away .

26
Nov2013

DAY 3

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6 a.m . - cold shower ( cold spritz , more likely )
7 a. m . - english lesson , which consisted mostly from learning ,, If you're Happy and You Know it " ( clap clap ) song . That's the only thing i could think of this cold and early morning hour . During the lesson children served me a cup of hot liquid , which had the same color as black tea , but it did taste more like a maple syrup .

26
Nov2013

DAY 2

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5 a.m. Woke up of a distant car or motorbike signals . Why this country can't sleep longer ???
Didn't have a strength ( or will ) to take a cold shower - and ,, cold '' is not strong enough to describe this arctic , icy water anyway ...
Then escorting orphans to school . We are all lined up in one line like a gang of ducklings . This school walk was supposed to take 10 minutes , but it took me longer than 30 minutes to get to destination . I wouldn't call it just simple promenade , it was more like climbing the mountains , sort of trekking . I was the one to look after the kids ,but it was them , who looked after me , screaming :
- Be careful , Sista , BE CAREFUL !

26
Nov2013

DAY 4

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How many despairing stories can one take in such a short term as one week ?
There is this little boy , ,named Ramis at the ECD center . He is 6 years old , although , physically , he looks like 4 years old . Ramis wears dirty pajamas every day to school . His parents are local farmers of the lowest caste , non - educated . They don't like the idea ,that their son is every day attending the school .

26
Nov2013


Astonishingly , i had a nerve to take a local bus to go to Thamel , and even to ride it in the top of bus , the way all homies do . It was horrifying ( Indiana Jones ride at Dysneyworld feels like bagatelle comparing to that ) , and my bottom didn't thank for that neither - got so many bruises!

25
Nov2013

The cab driver pulls over just in front of the orphanage . At a doorway of tiny hutch i notice a couple of curious faces of children sticking out . Trying to ignore not very overwhelming odor in the yard (which, i guess, is their playground ), i try to make an amicable smile to kids. Unlucky for me , i don't cause a stir for very long time ,looks like they have a better occupation than observing strangers . What that could be? Curiosity leads me straight into the house to find out , that the centre of attention of 21 orphans sitting in lotus pose is nothing but the match of box on some local TV broadcast...

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