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Feedback Detail : Anna's

Anna's
I had a wonderful time on the farm in Dhikura, Arghakhanchi. I learned a lot about farming, and about a way of life so different from the one I was accustomed to. The pace was much slower than what I was used to, and at first that was hard for me, but after some time I grew to appreciate it. I was so well fed and taken care of—Pompha put a mosquito net up around my bed when I was being eaten alive in my sleep. I really enjoyed painting the house with fresh clay for the upcoming Dasain festival, planting a potato field, cutting grass, going with Pompha to sell milk in Sandhikharka, and removing all the kernels from piles and piles of dried corn! That gave me blisters so I had to stop, but after a few days I was able to do it again without getting any new blisters. I'll remember sitting outside on those quiet early mornings, eating fresh guavas picked right off the tree, the hour hike in flip-flops into town every few days. WWOOFing in Dhikura is an experience I'll never forget!
Post Date: 2016-07-12 12:33:59

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