Unbelievable blunder


Reuters reports that the Nepalese mistakenly used a picture of Peru to promote tourism to Nepal.

Nepal isn’t that big. Seems like that kind of mistake should be caught BEFORE publication, doesn’t it?

Read the story here.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Rich

    Shoot man, most Americans don’t even know where Nepal is!
    They prolly coulda used the Scottish highlands & folks would never know…..

  2. Marc

    I wonder if they’d notice if the picture were Indiana corn fields. 🙂

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