A PERSONAL ACCOUNT ON IMPACT OF TOURISM IN LANGTANG VALLEY-NEPAL

August 11, 2014
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In May, 2014, my university gave me opportunity to organize field trek in Langtang Valley as part of topic Sustainable Tourism Management (under BSc Environment management). In classroom, I used to share them about my stories from my 128 days long solo journey across Great Himalaya Trail in 2011. Listening to me, they paused andRead more…

LETS PLAY FOOTBALL (CHILDREN FROM KATHMANDU)

July 19, 2013
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Everyday when I walk to my apartment, I see children playing football , some of them wearing flip-flop and some of them with bare foot. Such sight brings me back to my childhood and its amazing to see these children playing football, listening to their conversation and enjoying every single moments. Today I couldn’t resistRead more…

THE SOLO TREKKER-As seen by THE NEPALI TIMES

June 24, 2013
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In a journey of self-discovery, Sunil Tamang traverses Nepal from east to west on foot –BHRIKUTI RAI Twentieth birthdays are milestones for many. It was no different for Sunil Tamang, the day he set off on his grand traverse of the Nepal Himalaya. Starting off from the tri-junction of the borders of Nepal, China andRead more…

The Nomadic Nepali

I am native to Rasuwa, Nepal, a district in the lap of Himalaya. I spent most of my childhood in the village of Syaphru Bensi, with a hardworking family. My father being a farmer used to cover a long distance everyday to reach a piece of land we owned and I used to accompany him. The mountains in the north have had a deep impression in my heart and soul since my early childhood. My mother used to tell me legends about the great mountains in the Himalaya and I used to be filled with both admiration and awe.
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