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Top 10 Free Things to Do in Nepal

So you’ve come to Nepal and having a great time, but what to do between trekking activities? Sometimes you’ll go to the ATM machine only to find out there is no money in the machine and when that happens at one ATM you can bet the others will soon be empty, too. What to do? Forget about chasing your money and have a great ‘free day.’Other than paying for food and bus fare, you can have a great day without spending money. Here are some…See More
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I love how the Buddhists and Hindus get along so well.
Jun 19, 2013
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Are You a 'Good' Tourist or a 'Bad' Tourist?

This is a Tamang Village near Changu Narayan, an ancient temple village. Many tourists start out with a few one-day, warm-up treks before heading out for more challenging adventures. I like to suggest that tourists find a base guest house or host at the edge of the Valley, either on the Bhaktapur side, Kopan, etc.…See More
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Top 10 Free Things to Do in Nepal

So you’ve come to Nepal and having a great time, but what to do between trekking activities? Sometimes you’ll go to the ATM machine only to find out there is no money in the machine and when that happens at one ATM you can bet the others will soon be empty, too. What to do? Forget about chasing your money and have a great ‘free day.’

Other than paying for food and bus fare, you can have a great day without spending…

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Posted on July 14, 2016 at 12:57pm

Are You a 'Good' Tourist or a 'Bad' Tourist?

This is a Tamang Village near Changu Narayan, an ancient temple village. Many tourists start out with a few one-day, warm-up treks before heading out for more challenging adventures. I like to suggest that tourists find a base guest house or host at the edge of the Valley, either on the…

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