Review Resorts Authors

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One of the cool things about the success of Review Resorts has been the cool team of authors that have contributed articles about the incredible places and amazing cultures on our wonderful planet.

Our vision for the website has always been to become a conduit for people-to-people communication so we can try to demystify other cultures, without all the politics and hate you see on other networks.

Author Bio:

Ama Summers

Ama Summers
Travel Marketer

Namaste, I’m Ama, Amanda Summers, a retired expat from the US living in Nepal for over 8 years now. I don’t have a lot of money or resources for living in the US or Europe, but I have plenty for living in Nepal and highly recommend it for others in my economic bracket. It’s my aim to help your time in Nepal to be as enjoyable and problem-free as possible. I hope you’ll always remember this beautiful country and the people you met here.

Is Nepal Suitable for a Family Holiday?

Ama Summers
By Ama Summers Posted  in Travel & Touring

The people of Nepal are world renown for being friendly and kind. Your children will learn so much from their experience, you will just be amazed. Not only will you be able to have the money to go ‘first class,’ but you’ll be able to have a bit left over if you compare dollar to dollar over just about anywhere on the planet.

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An Ex-Pat’s Story: Finding Myself in Nepal

Ama Summers
By Ama Summers Posted  in Travel & Touring

It was on the way to Kathmandu on the tourist bus that I realized I had actually come to the end of my travels. When I looked out the window that December morning and saw the Himalayas on the way to Kathmandu, tears weld up in my eyes. I knew I was home.

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Your Guide to the Gai Jatra Festival in Nepal

Ama Summers
By Ama Summers Posted  in Travel & Touring

Each year the Newar communities all over the country celebrate death. ‘Death,’ you say??? Yes, death. As the story goes, centuries ago the Malla king, Pratap Malla, and his queen lost their only son to death.

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