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The Story of Us

Below I blog about the origins of ‘A Nepalese Adventure’, which has recently been published in an anthology by Mother’s Milk Books. I also briefly review ‘The Story of Us’ Anthology.

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The Story of Us
The Story of Us

Origins of ‘A Nepalese Adventure’

With my students in 1998
With some of my students in 1998

A year ago, my husband, daughter (then eighteen months) and son (then 4 and a half) and I spent almost six weeks in Nepal, our biggest adventure as a family to date. At the tender age of eighteen I lived in Nepal as part of my gap year, teaching children on a Tibetan refugee camp. I also trekked in the Himalayas and explored the country. This formative experience has hugely influenced my life. Nepal and its people captured my heart back in 1998 and still do today. I vowed if I ever had children I would take them to Nepal, to show them where I had once spent a truly magical part of my teenage years and to introduce them to one of the most beautiful places on earth. Last year I was very fortunate to be able to achieve this dream; after a tremendous amount of planning and preparation we were off on the adventure of a lifetime. Continue reading The Story of Us