How can we visit a destination, and really get to know their habits, life and culture? These are my eight tips for exploring the cities like a local!
With its difficult geography and with troubled political history, Nepal has seen many of its most charismatic sites disappear following the earthquakes in 2015. Even the magnificent Mount Everest changed: the mountain changed its contours and also shrank at its height. With high thermal amplitudes, political instability (eight governments in the last decade), a weak transport system and precarious access, what makes us fall in love with Nepal after all?
This post was written for and first posted on the Wanderblog. Nepal is landlocked by China and India and is a new republic resulting from the merging of 72 different kingdoms/communities. It has 123 recognised languages, and the majority of the population isn’t Buddhist (as many would think), but Hindu instead. It’s mostly associated with…
Sustainability is an increasingly hot topic at the moment, but it can have different meanings in its interpretation. For me, it was a term to which I used to associate the environmental aspect, but throughout my travels, I quickly realised that it is present not only in the nature of the environment but also in human and social nature.