Having a teacher assign the task may make this more palatable to some kids. Even if you plan to stay in lodges and houses most of the time, a tent provides welcome privacy for a child who may be overloaded with attention from local villagers. For all but the most ... On organized treks the staff digs a latrine, and a separate hole for diapers could be dug nearby. Check to ... In Nepal, many village children play a version of duck-duck-goose, which any kid can learn to play in two minutes.
|Title||:||Trekking in Nepal, West Tibet, and Bhutan|
|Publisher||:||Random House (NY) - 1989-05-13|