During my stay in Nepal I had the possibility to live a great experience, I lived five months in a foreign country that I didn’t know before, I met people who made me change, I learnt another way of life, I improved my skills, I forged important relationship. During this experience I worked as Italian teacher in Kases school, with students from the 6 to the 9 grade. This experience gave me the opportunity to teach my mother tongue, through games and songs and even if, at the beginning I didn’t understand the utility of my work teaching Italian, at the end I realized how my students enjoyed the lessons and how much I learnt teaching Italian through English. Moreover, I worked with a disable child as a physiotherapist. She was 10 years old and affected by a neurological disease. My work was focused on both the mental and the physical problem. She was not able to speak and communicate so, I started to try to find a way to communicate with her, besides the stretching exercises to overcome the spasticity. Then I worked in an hospice, trying to create a varied program of activities that included physical exercises and creative activities, such as painting, dancing and playing games. I loved with work because it gave me the opportunity to work with old people, to see another part of Nepal and to meet great people. Throughout the duration of the project I worked every afternoon in an orphanage. There, there are seventeen girls, from 4 to 12 years old. I usually helped the girls with their homework when they came back to school and during their holidays we played together, we sang, we danced and we celebrated our birthdays. They have been, and they always will be, my younger sisters. I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to meet these girls and to spend time with them, they taught me a lot about Nepali culture and life, they made me realize what are the dreams and the possibility of a Nepali child. Through the work in the orphanage I could realize how only one family can change the life of seventeen children, or even more, without any government support. This made me though about our great possibility to help other people and how this could be the most satisfactory and exciting experience of the life.