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Passersby unfold grimy five rupee notes (five cents) to buy incense and butter candles at the spice store nearby.Boney, flea-ridden mutts roam the 365 stairs leading up the east side of the site to the fifth-century white stupa above, barking madly one moment and lying motionless the next.This is – this was – Tevel’s Kathmandu headquarters.

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True, they are known to be stingy, and, indeed, many are loud or downright rude – as the various stereotypes go. But he also, as is his way, observed some other, more appealing, qualities. There are a lot of fantastic kids out there,” he says.

His sense was that many of them were interested in the countries they were traveling through beyond getting stoned at beach parties and paying six cents for dinner.

Inside, Arielle Gordon, a 20-year-old Brandeis senior from Upstate New York, wanders into the kitchen, where Hadas Leket and Lior Zrihen, two 22-year-olds from Modi’in, are chopping up vegetables and getting the tehina paste mixed just right, for an Israeli-style salad.

Upstairs, in the library – no shoes allowed – Shai Wollheim, a 23 year old former paratrooper from Jerusalem, and Shulamit Kruger, 22, from Zichron Yaakov – who both grew up in modern Orthodox homes – are preparing a group discussion they are going to lead later, on Rabbi Nachman of Breslov’s attitude towards happiness.

A 260-person strong Israeli military search and rescue crew is in Nepal to help locate survivors in the rubble and has set up a medical field hospital for locals.

The small international airport has reopened, but it’s chaotic: Thousands of other foreign tourists, are still trying to figure out how to get out of the country – even as international aid organizations and expat Nepalis desperate to return home are trying to get in. The circular, clockwise movement around the base of the ancient Buddhist temples and shrines at Swayambhu begins before dawn.

Born in Berkeley, California, and a product of both Yale University and Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s circle, Odenheimer is an open-minded, easygoing, live-and-let-live kind of guy.

With messy hair and an even messier wardrobe of crumpled jeans and T-shirts, he seems to have no eye for the negative in others – and zero interest in jumping on the bandwagon of Israeli backpacker bashing.

The Tevel b'Tzedek group has been assisting poor Nepalese communities for almost a decade.

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