|At the restaurant we ate at, they asked us which country we were from and|
they brought a flag for us and one for them. It was an outside restaurant and
the view was wonderful, and so was the food.
|woman collecting water at a tap stand.|
They carry water in a jug called a Gaagari. Mike bought
one in Ausin bazaar to take home.
|Village woman. Thatched roof on rock home.|
|Chris and I checking out the bio-digestor|
|Jim Valentine standing in the bio digester. They were a lot|
bigger than we thought.
|hot plate hooked to gas hose to cook with inside of home.|
|Dome on gas collector of bio digester. when completed, the round part|
is all buried underground. Very interesting process.
|Just wanted to show you this lady's wide brimmed sun hat.|
|At the ceremony. It had been a long day.|
|A lady danced during the ceremony. It is kind of like hula.|
They tell a story with their hand movements.
|On to Besisihahar to check out how they hook the pipe|
together to put in the trenches for distribution of water.
They melted it.
|They are putting in meters at each home, so they know|
how much water they are using. Pretty sophisticated for Nepal.
|These beautiful women were waiting for us up by the water|
tank to have a ceremony. We weren't dressed for this.Oh
well, we went anyway.
|Put on a smile and one more round of tiki. We love Nepal!|