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Nepal, News, Travel
We visited Nepal this year and the highlight of the visit was a side trip  to an Action Aid project in Dharamanger, about 160km south of  Kathmandu. The village is where our sponsored child lives and it was something that we had planned  with Action Aid Ireland well in advance. It was an amazing, humbling experience and we were treated like royalty. This is a collection of images from the village and the journey down.
It was an amazing experience and we met some extraordinary people. I hope to come back to this in a later post and talk about some of the people who most impressed us.  Action Aid are doing amazing work here and deserve every support. For more information, please see http:/  

I went today to see what was going on today with the protests against the visit of Queen Elizabeth. The first group was Eirigi who protested at the Spire, Moore street and Parnell street. Apart from a few scuffles, this one was reasonably peaceful and I left them as they began a sit-down protest. I then moved on to Dorset Street to the Republican Sinn Fein rally. This was a much more serious affair and ended with a number of running battles – the images tell their own story! photocrati gallery