A Beard In Nepal by Fiona Roberts

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When the author and her partner were offered the chance of spending five months teaching English in a remote village high in the Himalayas of Nepal they grabbed the life changing opportunity.

'A Beard In Nepal' is the story of the time they spent living in the small, isolated village of Salle, which is almost untouched by Western civilisation, and in manic, crowded, noisy Kathmandu.

A compulsive read, often humorous, we follow the couple from Liverpool as they struggle with the daily challenges of altitude sickness, severely restricted diet, and close encounters with wild tigers.The book describes their often comic attempts to teach English to a group of lively youngsters in a wooden hut in a forest, using blackboard and chalk, and without the benefit of electricity, water or toilet!

'A Beard In Nepal 2 - Return to the Village' 
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About Fiona Roberts

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Fiona Roberts was born in Liverpool. She taught English in Paris for 9 years, and then returning to England, taught in Canterbury and Folkestone.She was  married to Billy Roberts, a medium, and for several years ran an agency promoting his work, and the work of other psychics and mediums. She also wrote books for him. In 2009 they spent 5 months in Nepal teaching English in an isolated village. They returned there in 2011. Those trips have changed their lives.Fiona is a working medium and gives private readings. She also works part time in an office in inner city Liverpool, dealing with the public. Her feet are firmly planted on the ground.
 
Published October 26, 2012 by O-Books. 154 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Travel. Non-fiction

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