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Inaugurating the library. The students performing traditional Nepali dances for me. The female teachers sitting together at “Party Palace”, part 2 of my farewell party. I must begin by apologizing profusely for not having written for so long. It’s been an incredibly busy last 2 weeks. Allow me to explain.On April 21st I left to […]

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Kali is so excited with her new kitchen set AND her great day at the zoo! Kali and I, posing for the camera. Kali was so tired after a full day at the zoo that she fell asleep on me in the back of the taxi. Remember a girl named Kali that I talked about […]

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A man from the Netherlands had been staying at my hotel ever since my arrival. He is here doing “research” on street children, who are certainly plentiful in the touristy-Thamel area of Kathmandu. I would often see this man eating breakfast with various young Nepali children, so one day I asked him if this was […]

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One of the reasons that I find travel so important is that it’s an incredibly humbling experience. It’s so easy to get caught up in one’s own life – to forget how lucky we are and how easy we have it. We spend so much time complaining and worrying about unimportant things. Travel is an […]

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April 1st may be April Fool’s day for some, but for Nepal, it just may forever be remembered as a historic day in its development. Maybe… After about a year of discussion and preparation, the interim government, which includes the Maoists, has been created and a date for the interim elections has been set. It […]

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