It’s a story I still find hard to believe: The year is 2015. Nick Abraham, aged 21, leaves his home behind in Australia to go to earthquake-ravaged Nepal, hoping to help rebuilding efforts. He’s thrown into a rural community where no one speaks English, and not only is there no power at night, there’s a fuel blockade, then a blockade on toilet paper. His plans to move to Amsterdam after a short volunteering stint are scuppered. His 6 month trip quickly doubles in duration, then extends indefinitely. Over the next three years, he flies back-and-forth three times for his grandparents’ funerals. In this period

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