We've had a few well deserved days vacation in our favorite place Pokhara.
The girls danced, had fun and played in the pool.
We had a picknick by the lake and Lizzie enjoyed running in the water for the first time in her life.
We did some work taking photos of bags, made by village women working for a special project.
We met our friends, the Tibetan ladies, who sell jewelry in the street. Of course we bought from them. It's a part of the Pokhara experience.
Leya finally got her earring holes. She was terrified, but very brave.
When we came back to Kathmandu we picked up Angel and spent some time with Mom Sweetie and her family.


Parents' day

We were invited to parents' day to celebrate that the school year had ended.
They danced:
They sang:
Leya played piano:
The kids got medals after the sports day:
Aren't they adorable!
Now Leya has one week summer holiday and on Sunday she starts 4:th class.


Swedish customers

Yet again we had visitors from Sweden. They want to make garment from colorful, knitted, light felted wool with crazy decorations in cool designs.
Of course we had dinner at our favorite restaurant Rosemary.


Happy Easter!

As usual we invited Leya's friends so join us in some Swedish Easter traditions.
Here the girls are painting eggs, that we of course eat.
At farmers' market Suresh' adorable son Supreme loved to sit with Britt-Marie, my mother-in-law.