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A quick update on my progress:– I’ve gotten a cell phone and a SIM card– I’ve found an apartment in a great, safe location! It’s a brand new apartment with two bedrooms, a living room, a nice big kitchen, a bathroom, and a balcony. – I’ve gotten a fridge, a toaster oven, a mattress, and […]

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Well, I am back here in MY city – Kathmandu. It feels great to be back among the language, culture, food, and people I know. If I have one complaint, it’s the slow internet – it took me 15 minutes just to get to this page which allows me to write my blog!!Anyway, I haven’t […]

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Sometimes part of wandering is knowing when to stay put. Today another graduation is taking place at Lake Forest College. It brings back memories of my own graduation – having my family with me, singing the school song, eating WAY too much food…I remember all too clearly how I felt upon graduation – I felt […]

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I am in Thailand again. It feels… strange.The airport is so modern, so big, so bright. The air is so humid, so sticky. And the language is so…. weird. I feel like a wide-eyed 3-year old child experiencing a modern, foreign country for the first time.Yet, it’s not the first time. I’ve been to this […]

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I wrote this blog entry a few days ago, but wasn’t able to post it until now. RNAC technically stands for Royal Nepal Airline Corporation, but lately it hasn’t been acting like it. It’s a small airline with only two internationally-bound airplanes, and it doesn’t have the reputation for being the most reliable. But the […]

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