If you are in Nepal and you didn't know Bryan Adams was here last week then you must be living under a rock. The hype surrounding his tour at Dashrath Stadium in Kathmandu has been huge. Luckily, those who could afford the tickets, said he was worth every rupee.
Many people filled the Tribhuvan International Airport car park, waiting hours for the star to arrive.
The Canadian star opened his…Continue
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The Swasthani Purnima comes to an end today at Sankhu, 16 km from Kathmandu. After a month of fasting, worship and bathing in the frigid…Continue
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Around twenty people, mostly students, participated in a seemly spontaneous pillow fight, revealing cushions and taking aim a little after 4pm.
Two men select Valentine's Day roses.
Last year I was in Pokhara for Valentine’s Day. February 14 passed by with surprisingly little fuss. One or two shops had red hearts in the windows, some giggling school…Continue
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Two of my friends decided to accompany me on my first trek in Nepal. We had picked out a two day trek in the Kathmandu Valley but it didn’t exactly go to plan.
Our guide was an hour late. We were starting to think maybe we wouldn’t be going at all. We’d even started discussing what we should do with our day instead; Clean the apartment, go back to work, go back to bed?
When the guide arrived it seemed there had been a misunderstanding about the times. It also…Continue
My advance reservation at the Fishtail Lodge in Pokhara was cancelled the day before my scheduled stay. The travel agent, who had recommended Fishtail, based on such requirements as ‘hot running water’, ‘a lakeside view’, ‘quiet but close to town’, explained that the Lodge was, at the last minute, unable to accommodate me. They had however made good, by arranging a room at th…Continue
I am getting very excited (and a bit nervous) to board my LAX to KTM flight in 20 days... have spent the past few weeks trying to secure a place to live, secure my visa, getting all necessary gear and immunizations, as well as planning my first month of travel and sight seeing before I start working at the orphanage. I also recently found out that I have been recommended by the Institute of International Education for a Fulbright Grant to Nepal from the State Dept here, so there is a chance…Continue
Himalayan International Yoga Academy (HIYA) can be found in the idyllic setting of Ichangu, 10 minutes outside centre Kathmandu. Surrounded by a quaint village on the edge of a hill, the centre has attractive…Continue