Nepal – Day 2

The life and times of Perry...

After arriving into Kathmandu, getting my visa and clearing customs I was met by Major David Bennett who is the New Zealand, Fiji & Tonga (NZFT) Territorial Emergency Services Secretary, M J who is a member of the International Emergency Services (IES) Team from America & the local Corps Officer Sanga. After loading my bags into the car we braved the traffic in Kathmandu, although they appear to have lanes hardly anyone sticks to them and from time to time we were even driving on the other side of the road. It makes the traffic around the Arc de Triomphe tame in comparison.

Upon getting to base camp which is located on the top story of Sisters Cafe & Beauty, I got settled in and had lunch with the team leader Andrew from Australia. Sisters Cafe & Beauty provides young women with training and life skills development to increase their…

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