In Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, there is a restaurant where robots serve the food. It is the first of its kind in South Asia. It's called "Naulo" and I tried it a while ago.
Four years ago, Nepal was devastated by a devastating earthquake, nearly 9,000 people died, countless homes and temples were destroyed. Just before the anniversary, the earth has shaken here again - not for the first time since I moved to Kathmandu less than eight weeks ago.
Bye, comfort zone! In March, I broke off all tents and moved to Nepal. The decision has already given me a lot of challenges - starting with the arrival at the airport of Kathmandu.
Nepal wants to receive considerably more guests than before. This is fundamental to the economic growth of the developing country, but also brings with it problems. Sustainable tourism is therefore particularly important in Nepal - and travelers can do their part. Here are a few tips.
On water, on foot and on board a jeep: Two things in particular fascinate me during my tour through the natural paradise in the south of Nepal: strange crocodiles, which are nowhere else in the world, and some really nasty plants.
Coming from India we reach Kathmandu after a long journey. We will have a break for three weeks! But then we are full of verve to explore the country and travel first to the south in the Terai. Nepal has more to offer than just the highest mountains on earth.
Community Homestays offer Nepalese travelers a unique insight into the lives of the locals. In addition, a stay in such an accommodation strengthens the community and empowers especially the local women. I was in a village on the edge of Chitwan National Park and spent time with the locals, the Tharu.
"Thik Cha, Bhai?". Rhamesh's question about how I feel is seriously worried and I wonder if my "I guess it will be okay" was not premature.
India is Buddha's land. The important places in the life of Siddhartha Gautama are in Northern India and Nepal. Join the Buddhist pilgrimage.