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  • Load Shed in Nepal-What You Need to Know 2 months ago Batti ayo! ("Electricity Come")Monsoon is almost over and that means more loadshedding and less electricity. People thinking of coming to Nepal wonder how the lack of electricity will impact their travels while here. People from the West who are looking for a home in Asia wonder how anyone can live...
  • One Last Thing to Do Before Leaving Nepal 3 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...
  • Another Volunteer's Experience in Changunarayan 3 months ago Having a degree in International Studies and currently being a Master degree student in Local Development, I had been interested in global issues including poverty, mass migration, environmental degradation, etc. for several years. However, I realized that having an interest and theoretical...
  • Teacher/Volunteer's Experience in Nepal 4 months ago By Laura R. and Amanda SummersFrom Laura: As a recently certified teacher of English as a foreign language, I had grandiose visions of how teaching in another country would be. I imagined putting all my newly learned skills to use; getting creative with lesson plans, having fun, and most...
  • Gathe Mangal- The Metal Day 4 months ago This is the celebration as it was in Bhaktapur CoWritten by Sajana Bhadel and Amanda SummersAre you the kind of person who likes superstition? Can you walk under a ladder or cross the path of a black cat? If this describes you, you'll enjoy this festival. Parents swing their children through the...

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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...

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