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  • Celebrating Dashain During Crisis-Updated 1 month ago October 25, 2015 update: We have been told the border to China will open on Tuesday, but please keep up on the news. If the deal falls through this is what you can expect: It seems most Nepali were able to get back to their family's village for the Dashain festival in spite of the current fuel...
  • What's Happening in Nepal 2 months ago As I write this article there are few buses with enough petrol to run. Yes, there is gas being brought in, but in such small quantities that even the rescue helicopters are not flying. I’m fortunate to be in a farming village in the Kathmandu Valley because few buses are bringing supplies to...
  • Clean-up Campaign in Changunarayan 2 months ago Written by: Maartje Geverinck, volunteer from the Netherlands Kay Garnay for Nepal, an NGO registered in Nepal, is the brain child of Amanda Summers, a retired expat living in the Kathmandu Valley. It is a humanitarian, nonprofit agency with the goal of supporting the artists, craftsmen and other...
  • What to Do in Nepal If You Only Have a Week? 2 months ago What to do if you can only be in Nepal for a week? You aren't going to have much time so you need to pick an area to explore. If coming by land you could see Lumbini and Chitwan area. Here in my village I say it's like a step back in time, but in Chitwan time just stops. You will hear yourself say...
  • One Day In A Rice Fields 2 months ago And such an amazing dayThe following post was written by Laura, from Lille in Northern France. Laura is one of our Volunteers from our NGO, Kay Garnay for Nepal. She's only been here at the guest house for a little over a week, but got into the spirit right away and has been a wonderful

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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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