Hotel Fewa Prince

Kundhar-14, P.O.Box 418, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
Prices starting from $62.00

Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Day 40: Pokhara

A travel blog entry by williampotter


No rush. A day without appointments or destinations. I'm still waking to a trekking timetable, however. Fortunately so are Pokhara's bakeries. I have breakfast in the grounds of Hotel Fewa, beside the rippling lake, beneath boddhi trees, to a blend of classical music and cawing mynah birds. I take a taxi to the International Mountain Museum, a …

Everest? ...We'll just take the beer.

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik


... shore jostled with colourful rowing boats, flowering reeds and barefooted boys fishing with string. We can see no further than the surrounding hills as the higher mountains are hidden behind moody clouds. A thunderstorm flashed in the distance but I still didn't get my secret wish to see lightning in the Himalayas!

We duck behind the flashing neon signs and find a cheap, backstreet curry before surrendering to a beer (or two) at a rooftop bar with a ...

Someone said relax?

A travel blog entry by anaketa


... was just some lightly and tidy drops, so we decided to give a try to our plan and with our big backpack, we start to walk in the center direction. The idea was to stop at the first bar with wifi and check in tripadvisor which hotels are recommended. Finding the bar was quite easy, the problem was another one: we quickly learnt that in Pokhara there is a power schedule therefor for around 8 hours per day the power in all the town is off. And the wifi too ...

So close and yet so far............

A travel blog entry by maggi-may


... Yashargumba emerges and is collected at this time. During the monsoon, the Yashargumba is swept away. ACAP and the Tourism office will mobilise these villagers who know the area better than outside searchers to check the dangerous places, caves and rivers for any sign of Matthew. Dinner time - Dal Baht (daal and rice) with Tarkari (chicken curry) and Achar (pickle). The new addition to my culinary adventure was Raksi. Raksi ...


A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob


... our destination it was snowing hard. There was also thunder, but as long as we were moving we did not seem to notice the cold. (However, real hiking boots seem like a good investment if we continue these kinds of adventures in Canada in the future!)

All of these little villages are supplied with hydro power. Rob found a pipe and followed it down until he found the generating building. It was unlocked so naturally he went in to check it out. There is 8" of water ...

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This hotel, located on Kundhar-14, P.O.Box 418, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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