Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Some final words

I haven't abandoned this blog, even though I have safely returned to America. I still have a few things left to say, but it's been hectic these past couple days, especially now that I'm moving into my new apartment in Pittsburgh and getting ready to start the school year.

But, for now, I'll leave you with a reflection piece I wrote for The Kathmandu Post. I was hoping to write about something more interesting than my experience (I'm really getting bored writing about myself), but I think it still turned out OK. 




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  1. There is no doubt that Nepal offers some of their most terrific and excellent view on the planet. Eight of the universes ten most elevated Himalayas are found here, including the renowned Mt. Everest. Trekking in Nepal through the Himalayas you will be following ways that have been utilized for a considerable length of time and passing through towns with nearby individuals from an assorted scope of moral foundations. Their warm, outgoing and inviting natures help give a profitable ordeal to the trekkers. The lengths of the distinctive Nepal Trekking change extraordinarily and can be effortlessly acclimated to suite your needs. A few individuals decide to spend only a couple of days in the mountains, others stay weeks and even months for Nepal Trekking !! You can string a couple of prevalent treks together or simply do a piece of another trekking. It all relies on upon what you need from your customized Nepal trekking, anything is conceivable!!!

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