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Call for papers!  Receive a 20% discount on Early Bird delegate fees if you apply and submit your abstract before 30th November 2017.

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Call for papers! Receive a 20% discount on Early Bird delegate fees if you apply and submit your abstract before 30th November 2017.
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Khanal BishnuPlanning to submit paperars with my other four foreigners phd students from japan

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Angela PakosThimios Ath ... ???

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Anna CarrSo wish this wasn't in the middle of our teaching semester...it will surely be amazing!

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Aischwarya Devi Mary SoukouliNice one! Are you now there? Nepal?

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Nepal Conference 2018 shared Visit Nepal - Europe 2017's video.

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Far to the West of Kathmandu you will find Rara Lake. 

A shimmering blue jewel set in a ring of snowy peaks.  The deepest fresh water lake in the Nepal.  

A beautiful, yet remote place sandwiched between Jumla and Mugu. So far removed from the rest of Nepal the locals often mistake Nepalis for international tourists.  

As the poorest and least developed region of Nepal,  it is also one of most untouched places on earth.  Very few tourists make it this far west.  For during the rainy season the only road to the region is washed away and often even planes struggle to fly due to poor visibility. 

It could perhaps benefit from sustainable tourism as a form of development so that a vibrant and healthy economy can arise.

Far to the West of Kathmandu you will find Rara Lake.

A shimmering blue jewel set in a ring of snowy peaks. The deepest fresh water lake in the Nepal.

A beautiful, yet remote place sandwiched between Jumla and Mugu. So far removed from the rest of Nepal the locals often mistake Nepali's for international tourists.

As the poorest and least developed region of Nepal, it is also one of most untouched places on earth. Very few tourists make it this far west. For during the rainy season the only road to the region is washed away and often even planes struggle to fly due to poor visibility.

It could perhaps benefit from sustainable tourism as a form of development so that a vibrant and healthy economy can arise.
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Kriparam Kamal DailekhiInteresting, I have visited..There

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Holy Waters India JourneysBest wishes...

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