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Some tricks for safe bike ride in rain

Some tricks for safe bike ride in rain

- by Republica

We experience all types of weather in Kathmandu. Many of us are fair-weather cyclists and for good reason. When it’s wet, riding gets messy. When bad weather strikes, you can still get on the bike with just a few modifications.

4 beach vacations that maximize your points and miles

4 beach vacations that maximize your points and miles

- by Associated Press

Many travelers who squirrel away travel rewards are saving for an oceanfront vacation, paid for with points instead of cash. To make the most of your rewards, start by looking for the highest-value hotel redemptions, then check award flights.

Let’s ride

Let’s ride

- by Rahat Poudel

According to the data published by Department of Transport Management (DoTM), more than four hundred thousand vehicles were registered in the last fiscal year, leaving the total number of vehicles to 3.22 million by 2017/18; 2.5 million of which are motorcycles alone.

Where there's will, there's way

Where there's will, there's way

- by Rahat Poudel

If you travel around the valley (especially Jamal and Jhamsikhel area), you might see a boy maneuvering a bike-ride extraordinarily with just one leg.  Despite a tragic accident at an early age, a promise to himself made him the person he is now. Thankfully, that boy Yubak Lama committed to riding a bike with one leg, proving and standing as a voice to the people who have undergone a similar situation like his.

4 ways to be a good traveler in the age of overtourism

4 ways to be a good traveler in the age of overtourism

- by Associated Press

In Paris, the Louvre Museum closed for a day this week because workers said the crowds were too big to handle. In the Himalayas, climbers at Mount Everest are concerned that the peak has gotten too crowded, contributing to the highest death toll in years.

Siddha Pokhari: The jogging hub

Siddha Pokhari: The jogging hub

- by Renu Twanabasu

Siddha Pokhari has become a go-to-place for morning walk and exercise. If you happen to visit the pond during the early morning, you can witness locals jogging or jumping around the pond. According to the locals, more than five hundred people come daily to Siddha Pokhari for morning exercise.

Blame it on Bieber: Iceland canyon too popular with visitors

Blame it on Bieber: Iceland canyon too popular with visitors

- by Associated Press

A large sign warns motorists that Iceland’s Fjadrárgljúfur canyon is closed to visitors but drivers keep on coming down the narrow gravel road. A ranger at a roadblock has to explain why no one can pass: The vulnerable landscape cannot sustain more visitors. Blame Justin Bieber, the Canadian pop star with a worldwide reach.

Nepal Day celebration in Namseoul University South Korea

Nepal Day celebration in Namseoul University South Korea

- by Republica

Namseoul University, Seoughwan, South Korea celebrated International Day on April 2. And the event also had Nepal Day as one its part. According to a press statement released by the University the celebration was divided into two segments. In the first segment of the celebration, Oscar nominated Nepali movie ‘Caravan’ was screened and traditional Nepali foods were served for the attendees.

Enchanting sunrise

Enchanting sunrise

- by Shahin Sunuwar Rasaili

It’s the universal truth that after darkness there is the light and after dusk there is dawn. And the view of Sun going down or coming up is always an enchanting experience to watch.

Experiencing Tamang culture in Bishnupaduka Homestay

Experiencing Tamang culture in Bishnupaduka Homestay

- by Rohit Rai

Travelling to new places and experiencing the local culture can shift your perspective. Moreover, you can gain a sense of rejuvenation as well. And if you are the one looking for getting out from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu, how about going Dharan and stay at the newly formed homestay at Bishnupaduka Homestay, Dharan.

The Feeling of Nationality beyond the Boundary of Nation

The Feeling of Nationality beyond the Boundary of Nation

- by Milan Rijal

It was an honor for me to have the opportunity to represent Nepal in the international forum as a young apprentice. It was back on October 7, 2017, I was making my first international flight heading to Bangkok. My flight had been reserved in the Thai Airways by the travel agent named 'Sunshine Travel Agency' of Jawalakhel.