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  • Foods to Avoid in Nepal 9 hours ago Bitten Rice being made at a Tourist Festival     Bitten Rice: This is a flattened rice similar to rolled oats. The problem with eating bitten rice is that many unwashed hands have touched it, along with birds, mice, etc. It is not fully cooked and often isn’t even warmed up. But even if it...
  • The 'No Conversion' Issue in Nepal-To Convert or Not to Convert? 4 days ago I definitely love living in Nepal. I love the culture, so exotic, so old. The government/police really try to make tourists welcome, too. They have a branch of the police just for tourists, so in case you get into trouble you really should have the phone number handy. Nepal Police...
  • How to Find Good Health Care in Nepal 5 months ago One of the biggest mistakes tourists make is taking care of such things as dental and medical care prior to leaving their country, well that is if you are from somewhere like the US. Health care and dental are quite good in Nepal if you know where to go. I had a bad root canal from the US fixed and...
  • Load Shed in Nepal-What You Need to Know 8 months ago Batti ayo! ("Electricity Come")UPDATE:Although I am leaving the blog post about load shedding up, we have a wonderful update to post. It seems they had a change in government ministers and the new guy isn't corrupt. He found where all the electricity was going and now there is so much electricity...
  • One Last Thing to Do Before Leaving Nepal 9 months ago Some memories can last a lifetime, but really shouldn't. Parasites! I can tell you stories, for sure.One young man came to volunteer after the earthquakes and came down with a stomach bacteria. I asked him if he wanted someone to take a specimen to the lab for him. He insisted it was getting...

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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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