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  • Connecting Your Electronics in Nepal-What's Needed? 3 months ago Many tourists purchase a universal adapter before leaving their home country, but is it really necessary? Also, I want to caution you about an important electrical issue. The answer to the first question is usually, not really. Although I have blown a random kitchen appliance, you do not need to...
  • Turn an off Day in Nepal into a Great Time 5 months ago It happens. It happens a lot in Nepal. You have something scheduled; a sightseeing flight, a meeting, a group trek and it gets canceled or delayed. Or you buy the perfect scarf and when you get back to your guesthouse you tell someone how much you paid for it. "Oh, I thought you said 2,500 rupee,"...
  • Sometimes You Can Help More if You Don't Dip Into Your Own Pocket 10 months ago Yes, we have a donation link fairly prominently displayed on our websites and most of our social media. I’m not saying getting a pledge or notice from Paypal that we have money isn’t wonderful. It is and we appreciate that kind of thing so much. In fact, a kind supporter in New Zealand wrote an...
  • Star View High Protein Pancakes 10 months ago This may not be the perfect place to post this recipe, but our volunteers, Neomie and Quintin from France made the video, which you can see here: Our High Protein Pancakes Video This is the recipe I usually make when our guests are leaving us to go trekking. I like to send them off with a little...
  • French experiment in Changu Narayan ✌ 11 months ago Perché à environ 1700m d'altitude et classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO, Changu est une charmante cité à seulement 20km de Katmandou et domine la vallée de Bhaktapur.Il est donc extrêmement simple de venir quelques jours se reposer dans ce village après avoir fait un des nombreux...

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  • Top 10 What to Expect From a Rural Homestay in Nepal? Expat Blog Awards 2013 When I first arrived in Nepal I met a man who suggested a homestay with his family in a remote village. I had no way of being prepared! Ever since then I have seen little posted on the practical nature of the experience. It’s a very popular... Expat Blog Awards 2013: Nepal Gold Award!

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