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Nepal, Travel

Traveling in Nepal While Local: Money Talks, Nepalis Walk

Reading Time: 7 minutesStarting in the mid-nineties, I had the opportunity to travel to Nepal as well as live and work in the country briefly. I also traveled and trekked a great deal during that period. Doing so, I learned a great deal about my country and people. As amazing as some of those experiences were, especially the treks, discoveries I made about some of our systems left me wondering if Nepalis are second class citizens in their own country. . . . → Read More: Traveling in Nepal While Local: Money Talks, Nepalis Walk

Nepal, Travel

Trekking in Nepal While Local: Second Class Citizen in Ones Own Country?!

Reading Time: 7 minutesStarting in the mid-nineties, I had the opportunity to travel to Nepal as well as live and work in the country briefly. I also traveled and trekked a great deal during that period. Doing so, I learned a great deal about my country and people. As amazing as some of those experiences were, especially the treks, some of the discoveries I made and some of the experiences I had left a bad taste in my mouth, leaving me to wonder if Nepalis are second class citizens in their own country. . . . → Read More: Trekking in Nepal While Local: Second Class Citizen in Ones Own Country?!

Nepal, Travel

Dassain: Traffic, Goats, Sheep, Chickens and a Trek

Reading Time: 7 minutesDassain is…a holiday for exploring the country!
WARNING: The blog contains a photo of a bloody, headless chicken, a photo of a defeathered chicken, a goat carcass and descriptions of animal body parts that some might find unpalatable or even revolting. . . . → Read More: Dassain: Traffic, Goats, Sheep, Chickens and a Trek

My Personal Stories, Travel

Tongue And Tales

Reading Time: 8 minutesAs a result of a versatile tongue, I have enjoyed privileges and have had some interesting experiences, both abroad and in Nepal, that I otherwise wouldn’t have had. . . . → Read More: Tongue And Tales

Travel, Visa/Passport Related

On Being “Married”…

Reading Time: 2 minutesYou’ll never guess why and when I had to be “married.” . . . → Read More: On Being “Married”…

Nepal, Travel

In The World of Maya Universe Academy

Reading Time: 4 minutesOver Tihar break, I visited Maya Universe Academy in Tanahu, a school run by a fellow UWCer Manjil Rana. . . . → Read More: In The World of Maya Universe Academy

Nepal, Travel

The Most Beautiful City on The Planet

Reading Time: 2 minutesPhoto blog of the most beautiful mountain range in the world! . . . → Read More: The Most Beautiful City on The Planet

Nepal, Travel

Mermaid, Mountains And More

Reading Time: 3 minutesPhoto blog of the Dassain Holidays (October) road trip. . . . → Read More: Mermaid, Mountains And More

Nepal, Travel

On The Road…Not Taken…Before…In Nepal

Reading Time: 12 minutes

Driving on the highways of Nepal is a dangerous proposition for a number of reasons. One of the reasons is that traffic in the country is ridiculously out of control.

In spite of that, two weeks ago, I took a road trip, hitting the highways of the country, for the first time!

Will the government of Nepal also go down a road they have never been? Namely, rein in and manage the out-of-control traffic and curve the high level of fatalities on the roads and highways of the country?

. . . → Read More: On The Road…Not Taken…Before…In Nepal

Travel, USA

A Battle Unfought

Reading Time: 4 minutesSome battles are better left unfought even if you are in the right and you stand to lose money. . . . → Read More: A Battle Unfought

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