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  • Coca Cola Trekking Kaji had called it Coca Cola trekking referring to my trip to Annapurna Base Camp while we were on our way over the Cho La Pass in Everest region. Obviously some pride there from my mounta Posted by imagesbyandrea in Andrea's Travel Blog | Apr 20, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalTo allow myself enough time for things to go wrong on my journey home, I decided to leave Kalabang after 3.5 weeks (out of the 4 weeks I’d originally scheduled), which meant that Tuesday was my last day at school Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 14, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalWhen I say unexpected, I only mean for me. I daresay the families had been planning the celebration for months or longer, once the auspicious date had been identified. The celebration in question was a Bratabandha ceremony for three related Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 13, 2016
  • Kanchenjunga Region Trekking Nepal is a Himalayan country with the highlight of world’s top eight highest mountains of the world among top ten. The most wonderful thing to tell is that these regions are reachable Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • Everest Base Camp Trekking Everest Base Camp Trekking is a memorable adventure for any travelers that will take the travelers to the foot of highest mountain of the world which is the globe’s 6th best place to Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • Annapurna circuit Trek Annapurna circuit Trek is one of the world famous trekking destinations of the globe which is appreciated especially by international bodies. Nowadays the travel adventure to Him Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalThere was no forward plan, but as it turns out, I’ve been going to Pokhara each weekend while I’ve been living in Kalabang, and each of those times, it has been a welcome break from the intensity of village life. School Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 11, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalSince my arrival there have been a few times when we’ve hosted special guests at the school. After the overwhelming reception that my trekking group received when we passed through the village on the way to Pokhara all those weeks Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 8, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalI’m fascinated by the amount of DIY that goes on in the village. When life is already so busy, people choose to add more work to their daily schedules, to either earn a little extra money for themselves, or to Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 6, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalAfter a week or so of overloading on carbs (see previous post), and not much exercise other than the walk to and from school – 15 minutes downhill to get there, and 20 minutes uphill to get back – something Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 2, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalI have been eating well – too well – in the village. Rural Nepalis generally only have two proper meals each day; lunch between 9-10am and dinner around 7-8pm. Both of these meals will invariably be dal bhat. During the Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 30, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalEven after only one week, my mornings are beginning to follow a routine of sorts. I always wake quite a bit earlier, but my day begins at about 6:15am, to the sound of Prakash knocking on my door, crying “Good Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 28, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalThe universe must be smiling upon my little adventure, because this year Holi fell on just my 3rd day at the school (March 22). For the first two days I was there, the children spoke about it often – it Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 26, 2016
  • NepalRocking over to another country on a whim is the stuff I live for. I've always loved being spontaneous so waking up, booking a flight to a country I know next to nothing about, and arriving there the same day Posted by Poppy90 in Poppy's Travel Blog! | Mar 26, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalThe school currently has a little more than 100 students, having been built up under Prakash’s guidance from about 42 students in 2010. At that time it had been in danger of closing or being merged with another school. Now Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 25, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural Nepal In keeping with my temporary new, simple life, I've decided to just continue with this same blog rather than start a new one. To set the scene, here's a bit about where I'm staying. T Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 24, 2016
  • Lashes to die for After a thorough drenching the previous afternoon, I had high expectations for a fresh, green day in Chitwan. It began with a cool, early morning walk along the Rapti River, which forms Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 22, 2016
  • Panchase Trek Part 2Personally, I had thought all the ‘up’ was behind us, but Day 3 still had a fair bit of it in store on the way from Panchase Bhanjyang to Bhumdi (1530m). The first hour or so we followed the rocky Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 15, 2016
  • Panchase Trek Part 1*For consistency and as a future memory-aid for myself, I’m using the place names as they are spelled on my trekking map. To get to the start of the Panchase trek, we drove north out of Pokhara to a little village Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 13, 2016
  • Monkeying around in Kathmandu[center] [/center] I am certain there is no such thing as too much celebration, but I was warned to expect some kind of festival every other week in Nepal. My first full day in Kathmandu – Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 8, 2016
  • Next up, Nepal[center][/center] Now that I've settled into my...ahem...'career break', I feel ready to get out into the world again. And it should be no surprise that I've chosen Nepal. A brief vis Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 3, 2016
  • Dental TraumaWe enter the rather dimly-lit, dental office and are greeted up front with a fairly threatening photo of dental trauma. Right next to this photo are horrific pictures of a dental abscess and dental implants. Is this reverse psychology? American Posted by Shantitraveler in Shanti Travels | Jan 19, 2016
  • Routine: Fight of Flight I am being gently pushed to practice routine. Some people thrive on set order, others whither. My petals are mildly drooping. Rural Nepali life survi Posted by Shantitraveler in Shanti Travels | Jan 14, 2016
  • Festival Time: Amuwa A 5 day Festival with honor given to a different animal on each day. Goddess Laxmi also has a special puja day. Tika and puja (prayer) given to cow today. We are Posted by Shantitraveler in Shanti Travels | Jan 14, 2016
  • Sabita's Special PujaMy Nepali sister is one of the greatest teachers in the art of discipline. Every morning and evening, without fail, she performs puja (prayer) at her little prayer table in the kitchen corner. Oil lamps are lit. Fruit and milk Posted by Shantitraveler in Shanti Travels | Dec 14, 2015
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