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Annual Nepal Report – 2016

Dear Friends, I just returned from another fantastic trip to Nepal. This time of year the sky is blue and the Himalayas peek over the foothills. It’s a bit chilly and the air pollution was the worst I’ve seen in … Continue reading

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Annual Nepal Report – 2015

Mark Lamont traveled to Nepal this summer. Here is his report. I went to Nepal for the 14th time in July. I’m really fortunate to have the time, the support and the donations to help out there. I’m lucky to … Continue reading

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Nepal, Summer 2011, July 10

Hello Everyone, Another great day. All is well and time is flying. Yesterday started with the group Walking to Swayambuth (monkey temple) and doing a tour of this amazing site and again exploring the streets of KTM then an afternoon … Continue reading

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Nepal, Summer 2011, July 9

Namaste, Everything is great here. We arrived yesterday about 1:00 Nepal time. All of our bags arrived to much relief from the group. It looks like it took us about 38 total hours to get here and that is a … Continue reading

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Sally Benton Post, November 11, 2010

The Soul of Nepal Every time I come here, someone grabs my heart. This time, it is a man called Tamring. He is a simple man. His home is in Khandbari in eastern Nepal just down the path from the … Continue reading

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Sally Benton Photos, October 18, 2010

Click individual photos to enlarge.  Once enlarged, use << and >> buttons (bottom corners) to move through the photos.  Click enlarged photo to return. You can also click “[Show as slideshow]” to view photos as a simple slideshow.  Click photo … Continue reading

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Sally Benton Post, October 18, 2010

Days of Dashain We’ve found ourselves in a sort of time warp here. Spent our first two weeks working on water filter placement, making connections with orphanages, principals, Rotary members, and some of the kids that friends of Ten Friends … Continue reading

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