Fantastic Kids


While on a coffee “trek” in Nepal, I definitely saw some great sites.  Despite being in Nepal, no one expected trekking to the coffee farm. (In reality it was not a major trek, just a very, very long climb down).

had some harrowing roads to travel

We had some coffee and eventually toured the grounds.  Pretty impressive and more so knowing how difficult it is to grow a coffee tree (it takes 4-5 years for the first fruit).  It’s also a lot of hard work.

After the farm tour, we were able to tour the Kathmandu roasting plant.  Ironically we ended our coffee tour by drinking a cup of tea!!!

However, out of all of the fantastic things we saw on this trek.. the local kids were the most fantastic!!

Other fantastic posts:

  1. Where’s my Backpack
  2. Now at home
  3. Caverns
  4. Le Drake Noir
  5. World and time
  6. Sangria stained lips
  7. Oh the places we see
  8. Traveller on a mission
  9. Paris
  10. Cubus
  11. Deco
  12. Walls

Happy On a Hash


On On.. With such a short time left in Nepal, I am really trying to get out and soak up more culture.  Ailsa’s theme laughter is a great way for me to get back into posting.  I hope you enjoy.

Other posts I liked:

Belonging


Sometimes belonging involves being part of a very large group and sometimes it can be a very solitary thing.  While visiting Istanbul, Turkey these images of solitary people praying mesmerized me.

While less than 100 feet away..

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The truth is: Belonging starts with self-acceptance. Your level of belonging, in fact, can never be greater than your level of self-acceptance, because believing that you’re enough is what gives you the courage to be authentic, vulnerable and imperfect.

Brene Brown

Travel Theme:  Belonging 

 

Broken – Chennai India


“Who fixes broken people? Is it only other broken people, ones who’ve already been ruined? And do we need to be fixed? It was the messiness and hurt in our pasts that drove us, and that same hurt connected us at a subdermal level, the kind of scars written so deeply in your cells that you can’t even see them anymore, only recognize them in someone else.”
― Leah Raeder, Unteachable

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The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places. ~~Ernest Hemingway

“We are all wonderful, beautiful wrecks. That’s what connects us–that we’re all broken, all beautifully imperfect.”
― Emilio Estevez

Broken posts