Where and what to eat in Nepal

Where and what to eat in Nepal

With its influence from both Indian and Tibetan dishes, Nepali cuisine is rich in flavours and aromas. Expect extensive use of rice, lentils, chickpeas, and corn, which makes it a culinary heaven for gluten-free dieters. Here are my recommendations for first-time visitors to Nepal, with all the dishes you can’t miss,...

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Discovering Spiritual Nepal

Discovering Spiritual Nepal

In the middle of the throng of Tibetan monks, nuns, and Nepali locals spinning prayer wheels as they make their way clockwise around Boudhanath Stupa, an old man pauses beside a statue. Prayer beads looped loosely through his fingers, he presses his palms together and lifts them gently to his...

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Biking in Kathmandu: I did it for the mud and the momos

Biking in Kathmandu: I did it for the mud and the momos

The rumour is that you become fitter when you spend time at altitude. Your lungs become stronger because your body is working harder to find oxygen with each breath. So, after spending two weeks over 3,000 metres in Nepal, I was not afraid of a little Kathmandu by Bike Urban...

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Photo of the week: Sadhus of Kathmandu

Photo of the week: Sadhus of Kathmandu

No matter where you travel, it’s the people you meet that make the trip. Whether it’s the friends you make, the locals you meet, or even those characters you have the pleasure of people-watching, they make your experience unique and memorable. If you’ve sat with a Sadhu in Nepal, you...

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Photo Of The Week: Warrior Beer Of Kathmandu

Photo Of The Week: Warrior Beer Of Kathmandu

This month, we’ve got beer on the brain with our Local Mission to share your foamy, hoppy, malty, craft-y beerventures on Instagram for a free tour! Our friends in Kathmandu fuelled our thirst by transporting us back in time to the days of Nepalese warriors! This crisp local beer was named after Gorkha soldiers...

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