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One of my favourite things at Chitwan national park was the elephant bathing. First I had a shower sitting on the back of the elephant, then I helped scrub the elephant and give it a bath.
This crocodile was huge, almost 3 meters long, and only two meters away from our canoe. Another big crocodile dived at our canoe with its jaws wide open, it almost got our guide Raju! It was scary 😦
Big bamboo swings like this are put up all over Nepal for this festival, for the kids to play on. I had so much fun!
We left the village and went to Kathmandu to meet Dad and the group. One of our students is heading home early. 😦 We had to walk 30 mins to the nearest road. It’s about a 2-3 hour drive, but we ended up waiting on the side of the road for about an hour and a half for our driver.
Today we went to a school in the village and we donated heaps of toys to all these little kids.
Today we went to a school. We were split up into groups. I was with Lucia and Jayden and we went into this little stone class room and they began the lesson. It was all in Nepalese so we didn’t understand it. After about half an hour the Teacher left and the students ran to the back and asked us about a billion questions.