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  • Explore the wold.
    Explore the world without leaving your desktop through Google Maps
    Most everybody’s got a little wanderlust in them, nagging away until the next vacation day rolls around or the bank account allows for it. Until that day, there are some options to feed your need to travel from home. All you need is some Wi...
  • Rhino problems
    Runaway Rhino in Nepal: Tri-Cities residents get an odd warning
    A runaway rhino is terrorizing the people of Nepal, according toMSN Newson Monday. After escaping from an unfenced reserve around 12 miles away, the huge beast began to chase people through the streets of central Nepal, killing one 61-year-old...
  • Russian men doing the unthinkable
    Nepal and Russia highlight differences between approaches to LGBTQ rights
    Two countries separated by a couple thousand miles have highlighted their very different approaches to equal rights. Nepal announced Wednesday that they would now be offering three different gender options on their passports, while Russia has...
  • Nepal, a land of magic
    An experience of a lifetime in 'The Two Year Mountain; A Nepal Journey'
    Author, Phil Deutschle, was motivated by a sense of altruism and a determination to live a life of meaning and purpose, all while adventuring and exploring a distant part of the world. He documents his experiences as a young man in the late 1970...
  • Migrant Works on Bus in Qatar
    Qatar's deadly secret behind construction of 2022 World Cup infrastructures
    Qatar wasted no time preparing a new stadium to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Recruiting migrants workers from Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and India, Qatar in now receiving international pressure from human rights organizations involving the laws...
  • Life changes for the better, when sight is restored
    Heroic actions, one eye at a time in 'Second Suns'
    When author David Oliver Relin, of “Three Cups Of Tea” fame, traveled to Nepal with the intention of penning the story of the astonishing feats of the most accomplished Sherpa mountaineer, Apa Sherpa, little did he know that his...
  • David Platt: Impacted by burning bodies
    David Platt: Burning bodies impact Radical leader
    The sight of burning bodies on funeral pyres in Nepal had a dramatic impact on former megachurch pastor David Platt and influenced him to change jobs, according to a speech he made on the Radical website. Platt had been hiking several days through...
  • Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley
    Trekking Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley
    One of the most overlooked regions for the traveler is Nepal’s Kathmandu Valley. Few people trek across this region not knowing the rich history and culture that this area has to offer. From the capital city of Kathmandu to the ancient city...
  • Manakamana
    'Manakamana' actually makes people watching pretty darn cinematic
    There's a reason so many of flock to the art form that is the cinema. It's usually to be entertained and transported into a story for our amusement, but that's not all. It can also challenge us and give us perspectives on things that...
  • Selena Gomez visits Nepal as UNICEF ambassador
    Selena Gomez visits Nepal as UNICEF ambassador
    Selena Gomez has diverted attention away from her personal life by going overseas on a charity mission. She says she was moved and inspired by her recent trip to Nepal on behalf of UNICEF, as reported byUS Weekly on May 30, 2014. Gomez has been a...
  • Man survives 70 foot fall in Nepal
    Man survives 70 foot fall in Nepal
    Hiking solo in Nepal a man fell 70 feet and survived.John All, an associate geography professor at Western Kentucky University, was collecting snow samples on Mount Himlung in the Himalayas when he fell 70 feet into a crevasse.All and his team are...
  • Welcome To The Worlds Highest Trash Heap
    Welcome To The Worlds Highest Trash Heap
    That's right Mt.Everest is now being considered a garbage dump. It seems that some 4000 people who have scaled the mountain since Sir Edmund Hillary are not picking up after themselves. Nepal which is getting ready for the trekking season to...
  • Nepalese police in riot gear keep watch in Kathmandu on 10 March 2014
    Tibetans have been arrested in Nepal
    Tensions arose between Tibetans and police in Nepal recently during the 55th anniversary of the 1959 rebellion against China’s rule in Tibet. On Monday nine Tibetans were arrested in Nepal for anti-China activities, reported the Tibet Sun on...
  • Mt. Everest trash
    Mt. Everest trash: Unbelievable amounts of litter are trashing our highest peak
    Mt. Everest trash is piling up, and Nepali officials at Everest base camps are sick of the litterbug climbers. As the simple rule of physics says – What goes up must come down.According to a March 4 reports from The Associated Press, as...
  • Bringing progress to Paradise
    Bringing Progress to Paradise
    Bringing Progress to Paradise is an adventure and trekking story with a humanistic touch. The author is an experienced climber, world-wideadventurer,and former attorney with aM. Div.who addresses the perplexing dichotomy between Capitalist...
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