Adventures in Nepal, Part III

This is Sabita’s neighborhood in Pokhara. Elizabeth says the light and air were lovely here compared to the heavy smog of Kathmandu.

I enjoy the random absurdity of this photo. Hello, abandoned toilet and loose cow.

On the morning of the 16th, Emma, Elizabeth and Bee Striit met up with two Tibetan students from Paljorling refugee camp to give them cameras and their first photography lesson.

It was a rainy day, so they met in a hotel near the camp.

After the lesson, Emma, Elizabeth and Bee Striit went shopping for a SIM card that would let Elizabeth use her phone in Nepal.

This looks like an indoor mall…

…but Nepal just has some really narrow streets!

I’m keeping these posts shortish because they’re image-heavy and some of our friends don’t have broadband. Stay tuned for more!

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