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Monsoon is here

June 27, 2009 Nepal

Today monsoon season officially began. A little late than normal from what I hear but regardless I am happy along with the locals, cuz I love the rain! My classmate James, from Norway, took this beautiful picture.

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R.I.P. Michael Jackson

June 26, 2009 Nepal

Today at breakfast two of my classmates had gotten text messages about the passing away of Michael Jackson, R.I.P. After class a group of us went to explore the town of Thamel. I guess its considered a more touristy town, a lot of stuff to buy and places to eat. I could hear Michael Jackson [...]

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Terminator 4 :)

June 26, 2009 Nepal

Last night we checked out Terminator 4 at a cinema. It was a big group of us and I definitely enjoyed the sci-fi action packed film! I probably would not have made the effort to see this back in Berkeley, but since the school had coordinated this fun outing I decided to go with the [...]

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June 24, 2009 Uncategorized

I couldn’t hold  in my craving to have some paan and decided to eat one–off the street! I thought for sure I was gonna get the sh*ts but luckily I didn’t. One by one some student or another has gotten ill , mostly from food, cross contamination, etc. I am keeping my fingers crossed and [...]

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Nepali Hip Hop!

June 22, 2009 Nepal

I was reading the newspaper this morning and I came to know that Pakistan won this years cricket world cup! WOoHoO! =)   Coincidentally, at the back of the same newspaper I read an ad for a Hip Hop show happening in Kathmandu! This got me very excited, hehehe…so after class some of my classmates and [...]

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Nepal – Week 1: June 15th-21st

June 21, 2009 Nepal

I had the best flight experience coming in on Singapore Airlines. The vegetarian meals were delicious, the service was great and the layover wasn’t so bad. The Singapore airport was big and clean and I got a foot massage for the first time =)
I arrived in Kathmandu on time but apparently there was a big [...]

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