My first experience entering the school was overwhelmingly positive. I was greeted by the entire school and it instantly made me feel welcomed into their home. The kids were excited to meet someone new, and I could see it in their enthusiasm.
My host dad came to pick me up. I was tired but more than that I had fun in the snow and learning about business. In the evening, my host mom told me the time will change 1 step back for Daylight Savings.
Within seconds of being on the premises I was promptly given a tika, became drafted into a futsol match, and shown a countless number of really impressive karate moves. After working up a thorough appetite, the didis cooked a delicious dal bhat platter, while I ate through a huge smile.
We are beyond saddened and shocked to share that our dearest friend and supporter Mr Klaus Saurugger passed away this week. Klaus was an unparalleled supporter of Life Vision Academy, and we would not have such an amazing school standing today if it were not for him.
At 8:30 the dance started and our group started dancing. It was fun dancing because back home at LVA we always dance in a group and I felt it the same. I missed my little brothers and sisters, but we had a lot of fun. Everybody made a big circle and I went inside the circle and danced.