Photo:Tailor with his hand turned sewing machine on the street in Kathmandu, Nepal

An old tailor with his hand turned sewing machine on the streets of Kathmandu, Nepal

About Larry Bosco

In 2010 I had one of those “Is this all there is” moments and so in January 2011 I retired from Real Estate Appraising, sold off all my worldly goods and headed out as a solo traveler in search of a new place to live. Since then I’ve traveled around the world, made new friends and had many great adventures and some not so great. After staying almost a year in Cuenca, Ecuador I have headed back to South East Asia where I began the journey in 2011. Currently I am living in Chiang Mai, Thailand
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One Response to Photo:Tailor with his hand turned sewing machine on the street in Kathmandu, Nepal

  1. Interesting. We purchased a sewing machine through World Vision to help a woman get started in business to help support herself and her family. These little machines do the trick and don’t need electricity. World Vision is an amazing organization. Any friends out there who are looking for a good place to make an end of the year contribution, go to WorldVision.org. They have a very low administrative cost and produce some of the best results of any non-profit organization. Thank you for checking this out.

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