Travel Blogs from Pokhara
Sunrise , Phewa Tal , (Phewa Lake) Pokhara. Many colourful wooden boats. Ashish,our captain , we paddle over to the small island temple with offerings . I am blessed by the priest and given Tika. The temple is to pay homage for the beautiful Phewa Tal that has been created by damming the river allowing Pokhara to thrive as the 2nd largest town in …
Today was scheduled to be mostly a travel day as we continued working our way west. The hotel has a pool and Iain was looking forward to jumping in and relaxing. Hamish just wanted his iPad charged after three days without electricity.
Then Krishna let slip that Pokhara is a centre for paragliding and I had my afternoon planned. Why float …
5am we are woken by Pema saying come out come out - beautiful views of the mountains! He was right, the view from the lodge is just amazing and we could see the sun rising on the mountains.
This lodge is privately owned, built 12 years ago and never been used by the owner because of the problems with the Mauist Party. 3 years ago a …
Our last day in Pokhara and neither of us are really looking forward to going back to Kathmandu. It's relatively extremely chilled and tranquil here. There's still the odd parp of a taxi or motorbike horn...but it's not like the Nepali capital at all.
We took the short rope ferry across the lake to the Fishtail Lodge - one of the city's …
A very early start to drive to Sarangkot to see dawn over the Himalayas.
Surrounded by bus loads of Chinese and Indian tourists we waited for the sun to peek over the peaks.
The pre-dawn sky with scattered clouds was almost more beautiful than the sunrise. But when the new day's light hit the Himalayan snow it was magical.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Excellent staff Mr Shing especially
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