Travelogue

Nepali Children 2012

People is my favourite subject during travel.

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And children offer the purest smile and friendship.

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Children are the future hope for any nation, and man-kind.

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I guess the family I met at the Pottery Square, Bhaktapur is Newar. The mother applied oil (lotion?) onto the newborn baby for sunbathing.

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The toddler playing near the swing bed made of bamboo. The location was a tea shop to Chomorong.

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A mother applied ‘eye shadow’ for the daughter at the quite alley @ Pokhara, with her younger brother overlooking with curiousity (or jealousy?).

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It is always interesting to see how the local school uniforms look like.

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Seemed like the girls having white collar shirt while the boys having blue collar shirt. I could be wrong (need more sample to verify).

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His younger brother stayed at home while the bigger boy was going to school.

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Many more children posed for the camera in Kathmandu city.

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The proud parent always glad to let to their children interact with visitors, at least practice to say hello or goodbye.

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I did not speak Nepalese thus the universal smile and sign language come in handy.

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Some kids required more time to build trust before they produce the angelic smile.

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The last 2 photos were the same girl we met on separate days. She was good in waving goodbye.

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Hopefully education and stability would turn these children to be the pillars of Nepal in the near future. Wishing all the best and keep smiling.

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One response

  1. Anonymous

    Beautiful pictures, as usual… Thanks for sharing them with us!

    November 26, 2012 at 4:29 pm

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