Posts Tagged: tempo

Meeting Jessica’s Kathmandu

Earlier in April I took a few weeks out to host my parents on their first ever visit to Asia and show them my life here in Nepal. I showed them the Himalaya at dawn and Durbar square at sunset.

Meeting Jessica’s Kathmandu

Earlier in April I took a few weeks out to host my parents on their first ever visit to Asia and show them my life here in Nepal. I showed them the Himalaya at dawn and Durbar square at sunset.

Where are we now?

So, where are we now? It’s mid-November, more than 6 months have passed since the earthquake. The evenings are drawing in and the first snows have fallen at higher altitudes. Since I wrote in mid-October work has continued though things

Where are we now?

So, where are we now? It’s mid-November, more than 6 months have passed since the earthquake. The evenings are drawing in and the first snows have fallen at higher altitudes. Since I wrote in mid-October work has continued though things

The traffic of the valley

I have been living in Nepal for a little over 6 months now (how time flies!?) and feel a post about the traffic of Kathmandu is extremely overdue. When thinking about how to communicate the crazy mystery which is the

The traffic of the valley

I have been living in Nepal for a little over 6 months now (how time flies!?) and feel a post about the traffic of Kathmandu is extremely overdue. When thinking about how to communicate the crazy mystery which is the