|The children in the nursery school.|
|Happy to have their photo taken!|
|Shoes strewn all over the outside of the exam class.|
|View of the Monkey Temple from the roof of D.T.'s sister's home.|
|Buddhist's always have this prayer flag pole on the roof of their home.|
|This was a "Passport of health & happiness"|
on the entrance to the school.
Things mentioned are from a to z.
A few are: hope for the best,
treasure good friendships,
wear a smile always & yearn always for peace
Some are: speak in English,
look smart neat & tidy & cooperate with juniors
|Exams in the action.|
|Typical of any school - backpacks piled up.|
|The younger set in exams.|
|D.T. at the entrance to his school.|
|Debendra and me on our first day in the classroom.|
He was one of our older monks, and clearly bored,
or simply being a teenager thinking, "I know it all already."
|Karma & Tsering escorting Kitti home, |
along side the prayer wheels
beside the base of the Monkey Temple
|Our local veggie market.|
|They put in long days sitting & waiting for customers.|
|Anjou & D.T. making a purchase.|
|Parrots were captured, and for a fee,|
you could release them at the Monkey Temple.
|Our local Tibetan women out for their stroll.|
|On mass, they stroll around the base of the Temple.|
|This lady had just stole the onions from a vendor|
& was fighting off any other monkey that came near her.
She had a temper & successfully held her ground.
|Road side sewing repairs.|
Note the pedal power.
|Kitti in our local Internet cafe.|
Make shift stations made with plywood separated people.
I barely fit in one.