Monthly Archives: March 2016

An opposite world: looking Nepal from inside
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An opposite world: looking Nepal from inside

Namaste! My name is Irene and I’m writing from Taukhel, a little village in Nepal, near Kathmandu. I have arrived in august, and I will stay here until the end of May. I work with Sara, another Italian volunteer, at the “Moonlight Children’s Home”, an orphanage, or better said, a big family with 22 beautiful […]

Nepal and me, brief history of a chemical reaction
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Nepal and me, brief history of a chemical reaction

It was a rainy morning of the month of August when I arrived in Nepal. The smallness of Kathmandu airport and the monkeys jumping everywhere in the waiting room welcomed me in the new and different world that was going to host me for the next ten months of my life. Ten months of European […]

It’s not about the place, it’s about you.
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It’s not about the place, it’s about you.

When you choose to move to another continent for a long duration, for a volunteering project, before you leave, there is a question that constantly accompanies you every morning: Am I doing the right thing? And even if the improvised answers are good in terms of logics, you will never get an answer until you […]