Thursday, July 14, 2005

Summer Break!

Lhotse and Lhotse Shar from upper Pangboche trail. (Photo blogdai)

Blogdai frequently forgets to take a break, apologies all around.

Looking forward to seeing all my Western, Nepali, and Indian friends when they return to my sacred harlot: Kathmandu, this fall. For all of our tourist friends, we are gathering full, up-to-date trekking information and will post it here; any information from readers will always be appreciated an accepted! Hopefully we can stretch your Maoist tax money farther.

Meanwhile, research continues....



At 12:07 AM, July 15, 2005, Blogger Pradeep Chand said...

hi Blogdai,

Your posts, especially related to political scenario of Nepal, are really intriguing. But I didn't understand why this article of yours is discouraging foreigners to enter Nepal. Afterall they are a mojor source of our country's income.
I am also impressed with your incoming links and page rank. I too have started a blog about Nepal which you can visit at Nepal Blog. Can you please evaluate the blog and send me some comments and tips. Please enlighten me how you got so many backward links.

Please contact me at
With Regards,
Pradeep Chand.

At 10:44 AM, July 15, 2005, Blogger blogdai said...

Hello again, Pradeep.

As mentioned before, I've had difficulty accessing you through your gmail account.

I have outlined some ideas and thoughts for you under the comments section of our below article: "diplo-speak revisited."

good luck, saati


At 1:03 AM, July 17, 2005, Blogger Pradeep Chand said...

hi Blogdai,
Thank you for your advice. I think you are spot on about the underlying theme. Nepal is too vast as a theme. I will try to put extra effort on my background research. Thank you.
Blogdai Rocks!!

At 5:13 AM, July 19, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

king gyne is atheif who claims all lower class peopel are corrupt, then steal all teh cash for himself, he then allows, peopel to die of war, and massacres, and kills the people, and tortures them we should boycott nepal, till it becomes a socialist republic

At 6:28 PM, July 19, 2005, Blogger blogdai said...

Interesting, can you support your ideas with some background research?

We love all types of ideas here, but a good, solid, fully researched argument is like gold, and would more likely give you the kind of feedback from our readers that you seek.



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