Hidden Paradise Guest House

Address: Sedi bagar lake side pokhara Nepal, Pokhara, 196, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sedi bagar lake side pokhara Nepal, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Devi's Fall, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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    Travel Blogs from Pokhara

    Swinging Bridges: Jhungadanda to Tolka

    A travel blog entry by bourkeclan on Apr 30, 2015

    9 photos

    ... feet quickly and tourists start returning soon. From Jhinudanda we descended down to the river. Today was characterised by crossing a series of "interesting" bridges. Some were wooden planks but most were swinging bridges of varying age and condition. Some were best crossed one at a time. Four if us went ahead with Santosh as porter/guide and sometimes also accompanied by one of the other porters Krishna or the Machine. Binny and one or both the other ...

    The ABC of trekking / Das ABC des Trekking

    A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Apr 05, 2015

    1 comment, 203 photos

    ... musste. Trotz unseres Einredens, dass wir den Rucksack heute noch tragen können, da er sich sicherlich immernoch schrecklich fühlt, hat er darauf bestanden seinen Job wieder aufzunehmen und kämpfte sich tapfer die letzte Stunde bis zum Ziel. Ab dem Moment wo der Schnee aufhörte (in Deurali in 3230m statt am Vortag in 3700m) kamen wir um einiges schneller voran und somit erreichten wir unser Ziel Bamboo gegen 15:30.

    Bilanz des Tages:
    Start in 4130m ...

    Holi Cow

    A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 24, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... need some more suitable (and preferably waterproof) gear. I finally got round to getting my shoes repaired (which had taken a massive beating this trip) by the shoe-wallah I'd gotten to know during my time in Pokhara and had a chat with a guy I recognised from Gokarna, who I'd met months ago, at the start of my journey. It's a small world, especially when you're backpacking. I spent the night in Babylon Bar with the other travellers from the guesthouse, having an evening of ...

    Pagoda & lost in leopard infested forest

    A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Mar 23, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... amp; a strawberry ice cream, hot & cold as the lady said. She had a university degree, but as there are so few jobs in Nepal here she was running a little family tea shop up a mountain. Many Nepalis work abroad, India, Singapore, Japan & the Middle East, sending billions back home each year. There's talk of industrialising the Terai, which I guess would create jobs, but who really wants to work in a factory? Its that or farming, or tourist jobs, be it porter, ...

    The road to Pokhara

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 11, 2015

    27 photos

    ... This is a one stop tourist spot with little travel required between these two sites. 10 minutes later, I'm on the other side of the street, at Devi's falls. Known as Patale Chhango to locals, the falls are fed by water from Phewa Lake. On 31 July 1961, a sudden flood of water surged through from Phewa Lake causing the unfortunate drowning of a Swiss tourist. At the request of her husband, the falls were named after her. Whilst both the cave and falls are nice, when ...