leaving kathmandu


The Bhagwhati river, which runs through Kathmandu.

I left Kathmandu three weeks ago. It was hard leaving that beautiful, crazy, dirty, messed up and wonderful city. I miss it.

It taught me  and is still teaching me so much. I am still processing everything I saw and experienced there. I don’t quite have the words yet. But it was and is  a life changing experience that I am very grateful for. 

I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who made following this dream of mine a reality. It is the first steps on a life long journey I feel.  I feel very blessed and grateful that so many people in my life are supporting me as I take one baby step at a time to understand and help raise awareness around poverty and the people affected by it.

Thank you!

I will be posting some more stories on my experiences and observations soon.

A homeless man sleeping on the outskirts of Thamel, the main tourist area of Kathmandu.

5 thoughts on “leaving kathmandu

  1. Travelling is an amazing experience that we are fortunate to have the guts to do. Love the fact that we met up, and keep learning sista!

    I will be (learning) at this end 🙂

  2. Thank you honey! And me too!!!!Lucky us!!! And so grateful for all the learning and how this will develop my career and the life of my dreams as reality! yippeeeeeeeeeee!

  3. Hugs to you…We think one thing when we read stuff that’s been feed to us and then we learn the reality when we live it…I am proud of you for getting close to living it and trying to understand…most of us will never take that step so do your best and explain every detail of what it was like on a day to day basis. ie all those things that we take for granted like a clean flushing toilet…

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