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Journey Unplugged

The world is connected.

An invisible net with massive binary codes flying over our heads.

From messages delivered hand-to-hand back in history, a simple pressure on a tactical device does the job nowadays. 1,195 more words


Leap of faith

What comes to your mind when you are about to jump from a 160m high platform into the Bhotekoshi river and you are gonna swing with a not-so-fast speed of 150km/hr? 509 more words


Barbed wire sets off our encampment

Nails and broken glass pipe up from outer-rim walls.

Fleeing in a vintage 60’s V W, blue paint peeling… 155 more words

Poems Of Place

Langtang Trek

Me and my wife decided to take a break from our routine life and go for a trek at Langtang National Park. So we went there after Dashain (a huge festival in Nepal during October) which happens to be the start of a peak season for tourism industry in Nepal. 1,695 more words


Buddha was born in Nepal 

“I’m never going to dance again, guilty feet have got no rhythm…” The dulcet tones of a young Nepalese trekker and, evidently, big George Michael fan, drifted through the mountain air. 1,785 more words

In Praise of Dried Grass

Sometimes a thing you need is hiding right there in plain sight. For 8 years we’ve had chickens, 14 girls a-layin’ in a coop my resourceful husband, Pete, made of salvaged materials. 486 more words

Zero Waste

Annapurna Base Camp Itinerary

The 9-day walk, broken down day by day

Day 1 Nayapul-Tikidunga

The 9-day walk starts in Pokhara, a lazy town beside Fewa Lake. From there we took a local bus to Nayapul where we began our hike to Tikidunga, a beautiful hamlet of teahouses and farms overlooking rice paddy fields with mountains in the distance. 986 more words