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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... like Mexico...minus Mexico lol! In we went, my expectations were clearly out of line. Although the hospital had substantially fewer patients, the supplies were still almost non- existent. We toured the ER, the one General ward and the other services (lab, pharmacy, x-ray, OR). Well I'll be darned, I was not expecting to see a full storage cupboard but did expect hot water, gloves, towels, some soap, clean linens (even semi-clean). Once ...
... was setting, casting shadows across the water. Despite being nearly dark, the shores were still busy with people washing clothes, eating food and hanging around! Next stop - dinner. I was so hungry!! We ate lunch so early! (Although I have snacked all afternoon...). I got a curry with some nan bread - it was ok, not the best I've ever had. Then tried basically every single ATM on the whole street before one would finally give me some money. So ...
... Although I hurry, I due to the traffic delay. Thanks to the 'Punctuality' in Nepal, but the celebration has not yet started to my luck and I'm just in time. A son of Leah has married. All friends and family members are published to celebrate. The whole room is full of people. Despite a further table and two other banks, there is slight lack of space. Then I learn the bride and groom. The joy of the bridegroom is huge because of its broad Grinsers difficult to ...
... I just love that mixture of hot and sweet! The others had something with pani (water) in the name, which turned out to be a round air-filled shell about the size of a golf ball, and filled with what looked like a vegetable soup. The girls seemed to love it - despite the challenges getting it to fit in their mouths! Hope you enjoy the photos! The near disaster of the Turkish Airline plane that slid off the runway in Kathmandu is continuing to concern many here. Flights ...
... As we hadn't got to see much of Pokhara the day we arrived we set out to explore a little, and started on the lakefront, where we had stumbled upon the cow.
The lake is the main feature of Pokhara (after the mountains), and the town extends out from it. Across the lake you have fantastic views of the Annapurna range, at least normally you do. Even though the sun was shining down on us in Pokhara, cloud still cloaked most of the ...