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NEPAL EARTHQUAKE AND TOURISM

Story, News • May 15th, 2015 • Toni Neubauer


Nepal’s history is replete with disasters–earthquakes, floods, mudslides, avalanches, droughts and fires. Experts go so far as to say Nepal […]

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Reach Out And Help Nepal After The Earthquake

Uncategorized • April 28th, 2015 • Allie Almario


Dear Friends,   Many of you have asked how to help Nepal. As you know, Kathmandu has been devastated by […]

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Out On A Culinary Limb in Peru

Uncategorized • April 8th, 2015 • Jen Kamen


by Myths Traveler Robin Holabird As a child, I had a pet guinea pig, Honey, with a personality as sweet […]

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6 Must-Taste Foods of Bhutan

Uncategorized • January 24th, 2015 • Toni Neubauer


The culinary danger for Westerners in Bhutan for just a week or two is eating only at those hotels and […]

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As you know, we love keeping you up-to-date on the latest happenings in our part of the world, but this […]

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As 2014 comes to an end, the travel industry is already gearing up for another adventurous year ahead. Dr. Antonia […]

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Myths And Mountains announced today that Dr. Antonia Neubauer, President of Myths and Mountains and Founder of READ Global, will […]

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Out on a Limb…or ledge…in Peru

Story • December 14th, 2014 • Toni Neubauer


Myths travelers Robin and Fred Holabird have dreamed about Peru for years. When it was time to celebrate a significant […]

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Education in Nepal – A 30-Year Retrospective

Uncategorized • November 10th, 2014 • Toni Neubauer


Thirty years after Myths President Dr. Antonia Neubauer founded READ Global in Nepal, she reflects on the impact of how […]

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