Nepal: Why you should go there NOW! (and what you can expect)

Planning to go no Nepal now? Thats what you must know about it! After the earthquake a lot of volunteers came to help, rebuilding and carrying away the remains of temples and buildings. News and articles suggested that Kathmandu now is a half destroyed city, where epidemics threaten potential visitors. Well, I was there before, during […]

A walk through Kathmandu

When I arrived for the first time in Kathmandu, March 2015, it was during the coldest march since many years. Everybody kept telling me this. It was raining and it was dark. And with dark I mean: no electricity, therefore no lights on the street. Thus I felt in love with this city, and since then I’ve been […]

April 25th, 2015: In the shaker

When people come to know that I’ve been in Nepal for a couple of months, they ask me: before or after the earthquake. And I have to answer: before, DURING & after. Then you can see the interested look in their eyes. And of course they ask the careful question: And how was it?   How […]

Us right after the earthquake. I posted this picture on FB to let everyone immediately know, that we are not hurt.

April 25th, 2015: AFTER the shaker

Durbar Square has awesome temples and pagodas.On Durbar Square I held hands with a guy on a date.At Durbar Square I smell delicious coffe and cheesecake.On Durbar Square a guy stares at me because I’m wearing a dress.Durbar square is my favourite place here.   Durbar Square has no awesome temples & pagodas any more.On Durbar […]