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Animals animals everywhere

For those who know me well, you’ll know I am not an animal lover.  Pretty much every friend I have on Bowen has at least one dog and when we go hiking, the dogs crowd around me, get under my … Continue reading

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The latest on life in KTM

This post is being reproduced with the kind permission of the writer, who has lived in the western part of Kathmandu city for some decades and provides us with a log of life in KTM from her perspective as we … Continue reading

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And this week’s news …

The heavy monsoon rains continue across Nepal with over 102 people killed, 22 reported missing and 58 injured as a result of flooding and/or landslides in the past 5 days.  Part of the Araniko Highway further east of me in … Continue reading

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Recent happenings here in Nepal

As the world grapples with making sense of such violent attacks in the past week, Nepal too has it’s fair share of woes. It’s monsoon here with above average rainfalls.  What comes with that is flooding and landslides.  The Terai … Continue reading

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Monsoon and weddings in Banepa

Yesterday I arrived out to this side of the Valley and made the mistake of walking home from the Spinal Centre at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, arriving to my apartment drenched with perspiration and red faced – I always … Continue reading

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Flooding yesterday in Banepa

These are photos I got from my friend Shree, who lives in Banepa.  Major overflow from the very swollen Rudramati River – monsoon has already arrived.  The following photos are located right at the edge of town.  For those of … Continue reading

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Early morning monsoon flooding in Bhaktapur

The Hanumante River flows through the city of Bhaktapur which is located 8 miles east of Kathmandu.  Due to severe monsoon rains, it broke it’s banks early yesterday morning, leaving much damage and devastation. Over 850 people displaced by the … Continue reading

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