It is currently 8 am, in Nepal. I will give you updates, beginning from yesterday. Not much happened, honestly. I spent 23 hours traveling, 18 of which were on planes, and I doubt you want a review of long waits for airplane food and long lines for restrooms.
I had no trouble getting the drone getting to Nepal. The craft was inspected by the TSA, but thanks to great lawyers at ReedSmith, in Washington, D.C., all of the legal documentation was present, and so, the drone was allowed it to be exported.
I have attached some good pictures from yesterday and this morning.
I will be spending today meeting with the Nepalese Minister of Education and wildlife managers, to present my project and my vision for the future of my collaboration on drone development with Nepalese students.