We went to visit the girls at Tusal this afternoon, and we indeed had a royal welcome. As we arrived through the big metal gate, we were welcomed by a group of girls with marigold lays to present to us. Then as we walked to the edge of the building all the girls popped up from behind the balcony on the first floor, and showered us with marigold petals. They had painted a huge sign of welcome stuck on the entrance and also a large sign at the top of the first flight of stairs saying 'thanks for your love". Then when we got to the second floor, all 73 of the children were seated on the floor waiting for us to arrive and as we came around the corner, a great big cheer greeted us. We had some singing and dancing and some girls came out and sang beautifully. I had Josh's song printed in Nepali, so someone told them the story of the song and then we played it for them. We also did the "hokey pokey" together, a game they love to play We had such a good time and were sorry to leave to do mundane shopping for food. Grahame is still not at all well. Let's hope tomorrow will be a better day for him. Training starts tomorrow, in three separate groups, then we will all eat lunch together. I always love that, as there is something about sharing a meal together that builds relationships.