As you maybe already have notice, ever since my last time in Nepal the mountains and the children has been calling me and my heart. In two years i struggled with no money and the will to learn more about global questions, so that next time I will be able to make bigger change on site. Because I know how it all is connected and I know that the money I spend on my ticket here can make huge difference direct for the children. It is a struggle, to know that we make the right and most effective approach in making change, not only for the children, but also in the eco farm. So my thought is that if I learn more about the world and the connection between social,economic and environmental sustainability, I will not just be helping out financially for the children, also in all the levels. I will learn more about their culture, history and everyday struggles in life.
The feeling of getting that huge group hug from my 40 favorite stars, when arrived in Nepal, that feeling is totally indescribable....
I don’t know about you, but as a restless soul the actual booking of a trip is such a great moment. Its exciting and unbelievable at the same time. That moment happened the other day. Me and Alexandra made this dream into a plan when we booked the tickets to Kathmandu. Its still sounds a bit weird to me that after 2 years I’m actually going back, I’m actually keeping my promise to the kids that last time was not goodbye, it was see you later.
The date is sat on the 15th of January, thats when me and Alexandra throw ourselves out in the world to hopefully do some good and learn a thing or two on ways we can keep on develop societies in a sustainable way for booth humans and the environment.
Alexandra as a engineer and me as a entrepreneur, two little different views and ideas that we believe is the perfect match. We’re booth endless dreamers who only see possibilities, that must be a good base for a great mission, right?
So, we have decided on a great place for our internship...
Things are getting more and more clear for our future journey to Nepal. And we're super excited!
I want to, this frosty morning,to share a little bit of background to this project.
For exactly 2 years ago I, Nicole, spend 6 weeks in Nepal working as a volunteer in Horac Nepal. Horac stands for Home Of Rescue and Afflicted children and is an orphanage in Kathmandu. I went straight from the Autumn in Åre, calm, quietly and magical to a chaotic big town chaos with animals, dirt and people e v e r y w h e r e. It was something totally different and it took a few days before i found the magic, another kind of magic.
In the outside of Kathmandu I found Horac, a orphanage with 40 amazing people and children. In seconds I had my own Nepali family and from the first day my face had a constant smile, I just couldn't stop smiling.
At my time at Horac I spent playing, helping with homework, cooking and all kinds of things that could make their everyday a little bit better and more fun. I t...