We farewelled Venus and Simon who have been impacted by the work of Transform the Nations and are interested in having teams from Hong Kong come and experience what God is doing in this part of the world.
The rest of the team had an amazing time with the pre teens and teens at another one of the hostels. 'Shaky dance' got another belting but this time with a very large group of enthusiastic participants ensuring the shrieking of children's laughter filled the building. The team were honoured with some singing and dancing and then got to share stories and sunday school songs with the kids.
Children playing badminton where hundreds of vehicles would normally travel is a sight rarely seen. Without being able to move around in taxi's getting places requires looong walks.
With children either on holidays or unable to get to and from schools mums and dads put them to work in the family business. This little one could handle a sharp knife like a Samurai master.
A note from Lyn:
"What an absolute privilege to be back in Nepal. I think of this place as my second home and fit right back into the culture from the moment I arrive.
Today was a great day visiting Tusal hostel. After spending time yesterday with my sponsor child Ruth I had time today with my second sponsor child Durga who is Ruth's younger sister.
It is amazing to be part of this ministry and to be able to serve these beautiful people."
Till next time.