Lyn Taylor’s Adventure Travel is off on another adventure to Nepal. In March Lyn will embark on another 6 week journey to Nepal. She will spend the first week at Maguwa village supervising the building of classrooms on yet another school. This will be Lyn’s 3rd school project in the past 5 years and all of this has taken place with the assistance from the children, parents, and staff at East Lindifield Public School. They have so far donated $10,000 to complete Saraswasi School.

The project has been such a huge success that we are now helping Shree Baseri Secondary High School which as 415 students ranging from class 1 to class 18, Lyn says “we hope to built another 5 classrooms for the students, my niece Sarah who visited the village 2 years ago has just completed her High School Certificate at Oxford Fall Grammar school, and each year the year 12 students raise money for their school. This year they have kindly donated the money to the Shree Baseri Secondary High School Project. Lyn will visit the school in March to see how they are progressing with the building, she will then return to Kathmandu which is a 12 hour drive in a landcruiser and local bus. Lyn will then meet up with her first group of 12 clients to trek the Annapurnas, visit Chitwan, Bhaktapur, before heading the the aiport to meet her 2nd group who will trek the beautiful Langtang Valley and Gosenkunda Lakes. Wait for the next blog from Kathmandu.

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