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Going to a new country is always full of surprises. Everything is new and exciting-until things start to go wrong. If only you%u2019d known%u2026 My blog is full of things you will be glad you knew; ...
We are missionaries to Nepal and this blog of "letters home" lets our family and friends know what's happening here in the Himalayas.
British American foreign service family blogging from Kathmandu, and previously Manila. With visits to UK, US, Greece and elsewhere too....!
We are two educators from Portland, Oregon who love to travel, and have decided the best way to see the world on a teacher's salary, and continue doing what we love, is to teach abroad. We started in ...
Living in Kathmandu: Restaurants, shops, how to get things and where to eat in Kathmandu and the surrounding valley! (in late 2012, will be changing to the next post)
American guy travels to Nepal & falls in love with Nepali girl. Marriage plans ensue. Her family is hysterical. The story continues.
Manalsu trek is a redistricted trekking place in western part of Nepal this is 16 to 19 days long trekking, in this trail we summit the height of 5100 meters in larke pass,
What is it like for a foreigner to live in Nepal (Pokhara) on a budget? I share the joys and challenges of living in Nepal, offer tips and post current prices and cost of living.
A personal blog about a Norwegian girl living and working in Pokhara, Nepal. Activities, Biking, Rural livelihoods, Traveling are some of the key words.
From Chicago to Kathmandu: Two Type-A go-getters trade life in corporate skyscrapers for expat adventure on the Roof of the World. Follow The Kathmanduo as we work, write, and photograph our way ...
My wife and I are travelling around the world in search of a country to live and work for the future.
'Roosters crowing, children growing...got big plans but dirty pants - with kids to teach life is sweet!' My experiences as a volunteer for an NGO based school in northwestern Nepal.