Postcard from Kathmandu


Be thankful that your power grid doesn’t look like this one in Kathmandu. It’s been fastest and easiest to post to Facebook if you’re interested in tollowing my travel news.

I hope you’re poring over the PCD archives and taking this vacation time to visit the wider world of polymer.

Tomorrow we leave for Birtamod where it will be very hot and we’ll take lots of pictures of the Samunnat building that you have so generously supported and the ladies who are used to working in the heat.

KTM power lines

I miss talking to you daily and am feeling rejuvenated even with all my mosquito bites. Yes, I’m taking malaria medication.

  • reply Wendy Moore ,

    Oh Cynthia, huge hugs. Give them a namaste and love from me. Slather on that RID and stay cool baby! Enjoy some dal bhat made with so much love.

    • reply Rachana Saurabh ,

      Enjoy your trip Cynthia, Nepal is beautiful place, specially mornings.

      • reply Debbie Crothers ,

        I’m really looking forward to seeing the pics of the Samunnat building and the ladies. What an inspirational story!! Have fun.

        • reply Marjon ,

          Give the ladies in the Samunnat a big hug and a warm heart of us!

          • reply Lynnelle Andrews ,

            You lucky lady! Enjoy!

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