Oju Guest House

Lakeside-6, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lakeside-6, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Trek Day 06 - Garlic Soup, Garlic Breath

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jun 10, 2014

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... but my mild headaches had already started throbbing after rolling into Lower Pisang where we spent the night. The garlic soup however was superb and surprisingly heartwarming. Too bad about the garlic breath...

Altitude at Chame - 2700m
Altitude at Lower Pisang - 3240m
Trek Distance - 14 km


Back from Trekking (Annapurna Base Camp)

A travel blog entry by kaybee on May 01, 2014

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... a professional cross country skier, with whom I instantly got a long very well. They became my travel companions for the next 2 days. Apart from them a dentist from England with his wife from Australia was staying in the same lodge that evening. He must have been sent by my guardian angels. He gave me bandage, tape and codeine pain killers (my best friends for the next 3 days :-) ).
On the 5th day we hiked up to MBC (Machapuchare Base Camp and then ABC (Annapurna Base ...


A travel blog entry by maggi-may on Apr 16, 2014

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... No, but I was asked to go to the cop shop with her.. Not more explaining!!! To cut a long story short I didn't get to speak too the main man. grrrrrrrrr!! and I wasn't arrested, phew! But my heart was thumping! --------------------------------------- ------------------ 16 April, 2014 (13.00hrs) So, here I am sitting in a little cafe having brunch! No, I didn't sleep in! Up, showered (cold) but with power to dry my hair, off to the Internet cafe ...

Annapurna Trek I - Lower Marshyangdi River Valley

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 11, 2014

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... ago to escape the Muslim invasion of their region. They still seem very Indian.

From Bahundanda the trail descended through terraced fields and then stayed scenically high above the Marsyangdi for a few hot hours to a settlement named Ghermu containing a string of nice guesthouses facing a waterfall across the valley. I stopped for chow mein lunch and a rest of a couple hours – it was way too early to call it a day. The trail then dropped ...

Hiking - Part 2 - Quarrelsome end to a perfect day

A travel blog entry by geofw on Mar 31, 2014

... boulders, rounded and carved by the relentless river. It is wonderful architecture. I see an area where the river is a little deep, enough for swimming and feeding into it is a powerful fall of water between and over smooth boulders. I look back up to the road and see that there are many trees and bushes in the way; this is secluded enough.

It is so wonderful to swim naked in the crystal water, I am set free, like a child again. I swim toward the cascade of water ...