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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... been removed from the post of hospital chief.
Likewise, the emergency block, which was supposed to be completed in three years, remains incomplete even six years after the construction began. Even though the hospital has added a modern ICU ward, it has not been in operation for the last six months due to lack of doctors.
A terrible stench emanates from the lavatories, suffocating patients. According to hospital data, a total of ...
... the beautiful clear morning to enjoy them
¨ Completing our trek
¨ After the euphoric high of the top having to complete the 3hr walk down to Mukinath is grueling
The journey back......
Day 11 Jomsom - Pokhara 3rd July
Travel Time 18hrs overland
What a day! Nothing ...
... one time until Wednesday, and on Monday and Tuesday not at all. No wonder Nepal's so green! The storm on Friday night... well we'll come on to that. After a couple of weeks chilling out, spending time down at Lakeside and generally having a bit of time to get ourselves together, we had decided going into our third week that we needed to get out and about a bit more, lest we suddenly find ourselves with a week left having barely seen anything of Pokhara. The weather did nothing for ...
... Oh for London Underground - you may be squashed but at least it's built in sensible dimensions. Our object for the travel was a trip to what Milan billed as a supermarket. We didn't hold out much hope, but on arrival we were amazed: the supermarket was clean, tidy, organised and plentiful. Well known international brands like Heinz and Kellog's were present alongside Nepali brands, and fridge units were stocked with expensive cheese (including tins of macaroni cheese...), ...
... bit more slippery, but the rains didn't really get bad until we got down to the riverside towns. we waited out the worse of it, got the resting site after passing a chinese funded damn project and had to wait for some time as the local buses didn't want to come down the dangerous roads. Finally, our guide got one to come down, but all the locals got angry and also got on it, despite the fact we chartered it. I got a seat at the front and got to watch all the drama ...
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