|Suman - Nepal's King of the Road!|
|See those dots way, way off in the distance - those are busses packed with people trying to get to where we were.|
When Suk described the house to me I understood it to be an accessible home along an accessible road. But this certainly was not the case. After we parked, I had to be pushed around to the back of the house where there was no accessible entry to any of the three structures. The ruins of the former house still sat in a pile of rubble just in front of the new two-room structure that did not yet have a roof. Chetra and Suman wheeled me down a steep path to the entrance way where we met the couple who would soon inhabit it. Chetra explained to me that one room was the kitchen while the other was the living quarters – and soon there would be a wall separating the toilet and shower.
|Soon to be a bedroom and an accessible bathroom.|
|The Trisuli River Valley is much nicer when not lined with exhaust dumping Tatas.|
|Suman navigated more than five hours of this on the day.|