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Beautiful Mountain View
Bhaktapur - Nyatapola Temple during the festival Gai Jatra
Prayer flags
Bungmati - old Newari town
Kathmandu City
Machhapuchhare Basecamp, Annapurna region
Sunrise view, Kanjirowa range
Naughty monkey
Bagala pass, Lower Dolpo

Sabine and Temba: German-Nepalese good fortune

Sabine TembaThere once was a young German lady who was fond of travelling and she set off to Nepal. Sabine smiles when she tells us about this. "It was like a Hollywood love story when Temba and I met. In the travel guide it said that a woman is in danger of falling in love with her guide in Nepal... and that the Nepalese are so friendly, kind and caring.  And this is exactly what happened. And our good fortune is also a gain for you! Our guests profit from our Nepalese-German relationship due to good communication and understanding, knowledge of the European culture – and in addition, local tariffs and an "invaluable“ knowledge of the country.“

An insider knows more!
"We love fulfilling  our guests' special wishes! As we are based locally, we can act spontaneously  and invite our guests to choose their preferences – maybe an elephant race, a visit to a temple with a particularly photogenic light setting, a Buddhist ceremony, an evening meal on the rooftops of Kathmandu, or taking part in the rice harvest..." says Temba. 
Temba gives insights into his Nepalese family life and recalls, "When I was 13-years-old I had to get married, as the assistance of a wife as an additional worker was necessary for our large family." Ask Temba how he managed to master his life since then, how he worked as a porter, how he taught himself English and how he progressed to become a guide and then finally managed to open up his own agency which, last but not least, is also able to offer his family relatives work as porters and guides, who in turn can thus support their families.