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Getting Ready for My New Job…. Urban Gardener

We have planted several dwarf fruit trees during the last 5 years, most in large pots. At Christmas we had ...
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Breaking Bad in Kathmandu

Sorry, the title was suppose to be "Baking Bread in Kathmandu," but the typo is a lot more catchy. Each ...
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In the Hood

Spring had arrived and it was a sunny day. Great time for a walk in the neighborhood. I put on ...
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An Indecent Proposal While Exploring a Tourist Hot Spot

This has been a stay-at-home spring break for us which is easy to do when you live in the middle ...
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Rampaging Gang Invades Our Home in Kathmandu

A loud crash on the patio announced their arrival. We ran to the windows and looked out. We were surrounded! ...
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To the Leaders of the Free World, consider using a “time-out”.

To the Leaders of the Free World, consider using a "time-out" There were times as a student where I experienced ...
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Nepal

RSS Nepal – Remember; No Matter Where You Go, There You Are!

  • In the Hood September 24, 2017
    Spring had arrived and it was a sunny day. Great time for a walk in the neighborhood. I put on my tourist look: shorts, The Exorcist ball-cap my daughter gave me, and my camera with a giant telephoto lens bouncing on my gut that in some cultures would appear as an obvious phlallic display. One […]
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  • An Indecent Proposal While Exploring a Tourist Hot Spot September 24, 2017
    This has been a stay-at-home spring break for us which is easy to do when you live in the middle of a mix of fascinating cultures. We went shopping in Thamel, the tourist heart of Kathmandu. While Linda bargained with vendors I wandered the streets with my camera. The tourists have returned and the shops […]
    Bill Willis
  • Rampaging Gang Invades Our Home in Kathmandu September 24, 2017
    A loud crash on the patio announced their arrival.   We ran to the windows and looked out. We were surrounded! There were at least 8 of them. But not to worry, this is a daily happening for us. The “gang” is a large family of Rhesus Macaque, the temple monkeys of Nepal (and India). […]
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Abu Dhabi

Driving Mr. Ali

Another sign of imminent departure... selling the car. One of the problems with expat life is timing the appropriate moment ...
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Another Post about Eating

No, this is not an eating blog, it just looks that way. However life overseas and eating do seem to ...
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Dinner on the way home

Nothing in the fridge and not in the mood for fast food, we have several choices for fine dining on ...
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Our Eight Dollar Dinner

We typically enjoy one of Linda's fine casseroles, or perhaps pesto salmon encrusted with fine slivers of almonds. On rarer occasions ...
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