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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... along with Andrew and Vickie, who like previous days went along at at their own pace behind us. We'd stop and wait for them at each rest or lunch spot. Safety and keeping the group in touch was a priority for our guide Binny. Although we'd waked along a few paths with steep drops, today we walked along one small section that was the only bit of the trek where II felt a little nervous. It was a stretch of probably no more than 30 metres where the path ...
... auf 2330m
Höhenmeter bergauf: 260m
Höhenmeter bergab: 2100m
Distanz: Etwa 13km
Da die Batterie der GPS-Uhr an diesem Tag nicht ganz durchgehalten hat, haben wir leider keine akuraten Angaben zu den Höhenmetern und der Distanz.
Tag 6 starteten wir um 7:30. Ich konnte mich noch erinnern, dass es das erste Stück bergauf ging, doch irgendwie hatte ich das folgende Tal verdrängt. 712m bergauf an ...
... carom with the locals and jamming on Babylon's house instruments. A perfect evening. After a while, Holi festival came around and I was extremely excited. This festival is essentially a spring festival and the new colours in the land are celebrated by essentially drinking lots and throwing water and coloured powder over each other while having a massive party in the street, and in Pokhara's case, to thumping music, usually played off massive speakers tied to the back of a truck. ...
... or cafe owner. A somewhat sad outlook that I've been told of before.
So, about 11.30 I set off through the forest, heading for the dam at the end of the lake. Met a couple coming up soon after I started down, then an American couple with their 2 daughters, also heading up. The path was quite clear, at first! But then there were splits in the path, and I invariably took the wrong one! 1st I ended up on a very narrow path with sheer drops of a few hundred feet, so I ...
... caves and waterfalls, you'd envision them hidden away... in the wilderness.... but the town of Pokhara has literally built over and around the cave and Devi's Falls. Unfortunately, this means both sights haven't been spared from man made pollutants and litter. The markets around the two sites are reasonably priced :) A short drive and I'm at Phewa Lake. I'll be row, row, rowing my boat to the island in the middle of the lake.. With the assistance of a local ...