Where to get your camera repaired in Kathmandu

Published in: Nepal | June 8th, 2016
Camera Stores in Kathmandu

The secret to getting your camera repaired in Kathmandu Nepal is a beautiful country to photograph. However it does take its toll on your camera and lenses. Dust is the main culprit in Nepal. Just leave your phone out for an hour or so and you’ll see the grit build on the screen. The same… Continue reading more »

Visit Panauti: preservation & tourism at its best

Published in: Nepal | May 25th, 2016
Panauti, Nepal

Panauti – last of the great Nepalese Heritage sites? I’d heard of Panauti before. It was that little Newari town most people said was “nice”. Not much to do, but still it was “nice”. I’ve already learned not to pay too much attention to local information when it came to cultural heritage appreciation in Nepal.… Continue reading more »

Space Invaders in Kathmandu!

Published in: Nepal | May 10th, 2016
Space Invaders Kathmandu

Have you seen any space invaders in Kathmandu? Bear with me on this one as there’s more to it than just a title. I’ve seen them before, space invaders in Kathmandu. But, I just passed by. Kathmandu is full of weird, quirky things so sometimes walking by is best. It wasn’t until I was updating… Continue reading more »

Nepal: one year after the earthquake

Published in: Nepal | April 25th, 2016
Man waving Nepalese flag

What has happened in Nepal since the 2015 earthquake It’s exactly one year since a devastating 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal. Nearly 9 thousand people lost their lives and over 21,000 people were injured. Millions were displaced. Continuous aftershocks created more damage including a 6.7 aftershock on May 12th which killed 200 people. For 12 months aftershocks ranging from 5.5 down rattled… Continue reading more »

Taking Archery Lessons in Kathmandu

Published in: Nepal | April 19th, 2016
Archery in Kathmandu

Taking Archery Lessons in Thamel Archery is not something you would often associate with Kathmandu or Nepal. It does have a long history in Nepal just as it has around the world. Hunting both on foot and on horse Nepalese archers were once prolific with a bamboo bow and arrow. Then came progress and it… Continue reading more »

Bardia National Park – in search of wild tigers

Published in: Nepal | April 5th, 2016
Tiger at Bardia National Park Nepal

Into the Bardia jungle at dawn The day begins at dawn with an early shower. No deodorant, no cologne and no soap. In other words, no chemical smells. Tigers and other wildlife can smell you from miles away. If they smell something as disgusting as fragrance chemicals they are less likely to come out and… Continue reading more »

Holi Festival of Colors in Nepal

Published in: Nepal | March 23rd, 2016
Girls celebrating Holi in Nepal

A day of color in Kathmandu, Nepal I’ve celebrated many Holi festivals in Nepal. By far the most enjoyable place to enjoy it is Kathmandu city. Though physical reminders of the 2015 earthquake were ever present you would be difficult to see it from the smiles and cheers throughout the day. Here is how the day… Continue reading more »