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    Here the thing?I’m looking for a place to move on, and yesterday when i read the map, I found Nepal is at en embarrassing location for canna trading.As we know, they have much weed growning and export, but how? export to where?
    The nearby is the Middle East, which have there own canna growning, to Japan may the way, but it's need to pass by China, I doon't think people will do so. For Europe?it has Morocco and Middle East?which also famous canna producing area. and it's to be so far away.
    so?where does nepal canna go?Russia?does Russia growning weeds?i know nothing about Russia?excapt it has a large area.
    how is canna trading work?
    I think nepal is cool?it's like Mexico to USA?Morocco to Europe?if it could trade with China will be so cool?but China is not a country of canna consumption and the law won't change in a short time.
    for now,where does nepal canna export?
    Maybe this is not a good theme, it's sounds illegal and this forum is resist illegal canna trading.but i'm just curios. I don't know what can i do if i move to Nepal,it seems hard to get work and earn my living in nepal

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    ... don't move! Seems simple enough for me
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      #3
      Originally posted by ningning View Post
      I don't know what can i do if i move to Nepal,it seems hard to get work and earn my living in nepal
      Are you any good at climbing mountains?

      Sherpas make at least $2,000 per climbing season, considerably more than the median income of Nepal, which comes in at around $540 per year. Elite Sherpas can make as much as $4,000 – $5,000 in just two months. By comparison, Western guides make as much as $50,000, plus tips.
      “The sun will eclipse soon unless you sacrifice the prince consort to the goddess of the moon.”
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        #4
        Originally posted by ningning View Post
        Here the thing?I’m looking for a place to move on, and yesterday when i read the map, I found Nepal is at en embarrassing location for canna trading.As we know, they have much weed growning and export, but how? export to where?
        The nearby is the Middle East, which have there own canna growning, to Japan may the way, but it's need to pass by China, I doon't think people will do so. For Europe?it has Morocco and Middle East?which also famous canna producing area. and it's to be so far away.
        so?where does nepal canna go?Russia?does Russia growning weeds?i know nothing about Russia?excapt it has a large area.
        how is canna trading work?
        I think nepal is cool?it's like Mexico to USA?Morocco to Europe?if it could trade with China will be so cool?but China is not a country of canna consumption and the law won't change in a short time.
        for now,where does nepal canna export?
        Maybe this is not a good theme, it's sounds illegal and this forum is resist illegal canna trading.but i'm just curios. I don't know what can i do if i move to Nepal,it seems hard to get work and earn my living in nepal
        You like Chinese prison? Govt..jump in then
        I eat legos

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          #5
          People have moved to Nepal and are still living in the mountains, hand rubbing charas and selling it to tourists and perhaps export. Bubble bags are made there still i think, maybe make water hash with mountain snow, with the abundance of Shivas blessing in every valley..

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            #6
            Originally posted by Sunshineinabag View Post
            You like Chinese prison? Govt..jump in then
            well, I'm chinese live in China, that's why i have to move...China is very severe on weed...and i can't stand some chinese culture like money worship or censorship

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              #7
              Originally posted by BeAn v.2.0 View Post
              People have moved to Nepal and are still living in the mountains, hand rubbing charas and selling it to tourists and perhaps export. Bubble bags are made there still i think, maybe make water hash with mountain snow, with the abundance of Shivas blessing in every valley..
              i like it, it's seems what i want to live, and the Buddha was born there, i think it's cool to live there, but i'm afraid that i can't make living there, i'm also afraid if where there has some canna gang stuff, i want to make living by growning but don't want to get trouble like violence

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                #8
                Originally posted by buzzmobile View Post
                Are you any good at climbing mountains?
                Thanks for advise, you mean like being a guide?
                well, i'm kind of lazy guy, that mean i have an unhealthy body...

                I heard that the salary there was low, if you can live there and have some incoming from other place is cool, but i don't know how...

                i heard of the Nepal is open investment in agriculture, it's sound cool, but i'm poor, maybe you guys will be interest

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ningning View Post
                  well, I'm chinese live in China, that's why i have to move...China is very severe on weed...and i can't stand some chinese culture like money worship or censorship
                  I think their wet markets need to go
                  I eat legos

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Sunshineinabag View Post
                    I think their wet markets need to go
                    Needs lots of Sunshine for that to happen. You volunteering?
                    Harlequin & Acapulco Gold manifold grow
                    https://www.icmag.com/ic/album.php?albumid=81581

                    “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience,
                    but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”


                    May the fleas of a thousand camels infest
                    the crotch of the person who screws up your day and,
                    may their arms be too short to scratch.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by ningning View Post
                      Thanks for advise, you mean like being a guide?
                      well, i'm kind of lazy guy, that mean i have an unhealthy body...

                      I heard that the salary there was low, if you can live there and have some incoming from other place is cool, but i don't know how...

                      i heard of the Nepal is open investment in agriculture, it's sound cool, but i'm poor, maybe you guys will be interest
                      You seem to have a good command of English. Tourists need someone to help them while in Nepal.

                      You describe yourself as lazy, unhealthy, poor, and uncertain. You identified faults in yourself that need work. Change your outlook of yourself. Your desire to change locations can serve you to think differently. Get up off of your lazy butt and take care of your unhealthy self. Only you can change your own life. Start today and take a walk.
                      “The sun will eclipse soon unless you sacrifice the prince consort to the goddess of the moon.”
                      Hans Bornefeld

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by buzzmobile View Post
                        You seem to have a good command of English. Tourists need someone to help them while in Nepal.

                        You describe yourself as lazy, unhealthy, poor, and uncertain. You identified faults in yourself that need work. Change your outlook of yourself. Your desire to change locations can serve you to think differently. Get up off of your lazy butt and take care of your unhealthy self. Only you can change your own life. Start today and take a walk.
                        OMG?thanks lot?before you said?i haven't realized i have opinion myself like this?it's sucks?i consider i'm cool?brave like some kind of warrior. i like warrior on Don Juan's books...
                        maybe i'm in some badtime, it made me feel wet and seek for some change, maybe Nepal is the answer...move move move
                        my english isn't good, i use translation software on line,so i can talk, but it's not problem. people seach and get food like dog, cat, all the other creature, move and get direction. it's no hard, fuck, i'm young ,i'm under 30, how can i opinion my self such nagative

                        Thanks so much, really, i don't realize i'm passive on me...
                        love~~
                        peace~

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