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Nepal: First Month

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We Said: Hello from Nepal

Hello from the UNESCO World Heritage site of Boudhanath, outside Kathmandu (photo above.) The dome of the stupa is 120 feet in diameter, and 43 meter in height. (why the brochure uses both feet and meters is almost as confusing as Nepal’s large number of bandh (strikes) and political parties.)

In our first month in Nepal, we have trekked to Poon Hill, walked among tiger tracks, seen rhinos from a jeep safari in Chitwan National Park, and explored small towns like Bandipur. We have learned some Nepali words and made many friends.

I cannot wait to share about our eight day trek to Gorepani and our day SLIDING down the ICY steps of the Deurali Pass as well as the day the Rajnas’ saw RHINOS! Nepal has something for everyone–Mountains, Jungle, Trekking, Ancient Squares, UNESCO Sites, and more!!

Thank you to everyone who has shared our journey literally on the road with us or by reading and commenting on our newsletter and website!

Lisa and George (Click here to sign up for this newsletter. )

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Lisa Niver Rajna, M.A. Education. is a passionate writer, educator, social media ninja, speaker and global citizen who has traveled to over one hundred countries and six continents. She is the co-author of Traveling in Sin. You might find her underwater, traveling to an exotic location, teaching in the classroom or in print about social media, science education, lifelong learning, books, and travel. Recently on National Television as a science teacher on the show Career Day, she was also a 2012 nominee for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. Niver Rajna writes for many online and offline publications including National Geographic, the Huffington Post, the Guardian and the Jewish Journal. She and her husband, George, are spending a second sabbatical year in Asia.

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One Response to “Nepal: First Month”
  1. rahul mane says:

    Traveling makes you to explore other people couture when you meet new people you learn lots of new things. Food culture different rituals and off course languages. Thanks for posting such wonderful traveling experience which not only explain about the location but also has given beautiful travelers tips .

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