Hotel Glacier Pokhara

Address: Lake side 6, Gaurighat, Pokhara, 171, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lake side 6, Gaurighat, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Devi's Fall, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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      Travel Blogs from Pokhara

      Day 45: Stranded in the Himalayas - Fifth Day

      A travel blog entry by khushibird on Jan 05, 2015

      9 photos

      ... bullet winds,ice water, snow leopards, frostbites etc etc. I did not want to go back. I did not want to go back-at all. "Ke bhayo? Kina yesto serious serious? " ( what happened why so serious !?) Kishanji interrupted that monotone space with his jovial voice. "Nothing" I replied. "I think you are thinking of missing us after this right?!" I smiled without a word. I was in pain physically, mentally, emotionally. We were coming back alive, with a story of survival. But I was ...

      Everest Base Camp and Kala Pattar

      A travel blog entry by tansyjefferies on Dec 17, 2014

      29 photos

      ... Pattar over 100 times and those were the worst winds he had ever experienced. At least that made me feel a little less of a failure, but still, we were both deeply disappointed.
      Shortly after we returned to the lodge, Ram emerged, feeling better after his fever in the night. We explained our failed attempt and he suggested we wait and try again later. I was doubtful, but Martin was keen. In the end, I agreed that I would try as well and would turn back if it was too ...

      Alka Hospital

      A travel blog entry by littlefixie on Dec 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... but simple and interestingly I haven't seen the nurses or Drs wear gloves once. A lady came in and got an ascitic tap (basically a drain put in her abdomen to pull out all the fluid that had collected as she had alcoholic liver failure), in Australia this is a procedure that isn't taken lightly due to the risk of major infection into the peritoneal cavity, however in her case the drain was put in on the spot and put down into some empty water bottles which was ...

      Thangnak to Dzongla via Cho La pass ( Pass 2)

      A travel blog entry by 3passes3peaks on Nov 23, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... Inn about 2hrs 20min after leaving the summit. Completely drained from another exhilarating and completely different experience we enjoyed a hot drink and some lunch.

      Similar to the previous village, Dzongla is a very small trekker village, with solar power. Due to the time of year there were very few people at our teahouse.

      A pleasant surprise awaited us when we went for dinner. For the first time we were served warm face towels! It was such a ...


      A travel blog entry by tbienek on Nov 02, 2014

      ... when she moved on to the upper leg, but everything came in 3's so there was some trepidation attached to that, and of course there was the other leg to do and the two front sides as well. Considering I can't do child's pose without groaning, lthe firm pressure applied on purpose was torture. I did very well. The font side of the massage was totally traditional, and I knew what was coming, but didn't want to freak Jules out, so stayed quiet. As the girls finished up ...