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Nepal On A Budget
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  • Tihar was so beautiful. There were so many homes... 1 year ago Tihar was so beautiful. There were so many homes and businesses lit up and such a festive spirit. We took our 360 camera with us and took a walk through Thamel. I hope you enjoy the video, but there's always more to say. Please do subscribe to our channel if you haven't already. More...
  • I had a great time at the Festival of Death in Nepal 1 year ago  In spite of the challenging times we are living in, we decided to go to Bhaktapur to experience Gai Jatra or Cow Festival 2021. Seeing the long procession of chariots being carried, literally for hours one after the other, gives a person a sense of oneness and humanity. It’s deeply sacred, but...
  • 7 Best Temples/Stupas to Explore 1 year ago   Hope you enjoy this videoWhen you go to Nepal you really need to plan well, but keep your options alive. Be particularly mindful of the travel time. During normal times in Kathmandu it can take up to an hour or more to go from the airport, for example, to Patan. Few taxis have air...
  • Getting the Most Out of Nepal-Exploring the Postal Service 1 year ago  After struggling for about 3 years to get 1,000 subscribers on our Youtube channel, What About Nepal, I realized that it surely must be shadow banned by the algorithm. So, I made a new channel and this is our first video on the channel. Please check out our new video, as well as the one we made...
  • Exploring Kirtipur, an Ancient City Worth a Visit 1 year ago  An exploration of the Kathmandu Valley could never be complete without a visit to one of the oldest kingdoms here, Kirtipur. Each time I've visited this city I've been amazed by how oblivious the local people are to tourists. We seem to be tolerated, appreciated and then ignored. It's their town...

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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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