I am delighted to be back in Kathmandu to continue interviewing ladies for my forthcoming book ‘Come with me to Kathmandu: Finding out what God is doing among women in Nepal‘. The book is due to be released in 2022.
Please enjoy these videos of my journeys through the city.
There are very few street names in Kathmandu, so we almost always get lost on the way to interviewing the women.
The temple on the left is where our taxi driver took us, and the one on the right is where we should have been. I’m not sure the half-built temple counts as a well-known landmark! Both are called Krishna Mandir, and it’s easy to understand why my interpreter and our taxi driver were confused.
After two hours we were finally there.
On our way back home, we spotted these recently dyed trousers drying on top of a roof.
I’ll be taking more videos as I travel about Kathmandu meeting women for the book. Please follow this blog, like the Facebook page, or subscribe to the Youtube channel if you would like to see more of how the women in the book live. You’ll also discover whether I find myself lost again!
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