The Culture of Nepal


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The Culture of Nepal
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The Culture of Nepal
The tiny country of Nepal lies sandwiched in between the Asian giants of India and China. Nepal is a country which has fascinated travelers for millennia. One aspect of this interest is the fact that ten of the 14 highest peaks on Earth are located in the country, as the central section of the mighty Himalaya mountain range comprises the northern part of Nepal. Yet, this mountainous country is also home to an ancient culture full of history and traditions. Some tourists come for the mountains, some come for the culture, and many others come to smoke some of the finest hashish in the world. Hippies came...
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.....ense, the friendly nature of the people, along with the sage guidance of a Lonely Planet travel guide should be a helpful enough combination to help create a solid business trip.
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