Hotel Glacier Pokhara
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and I moved near the back and squatted as we were too tall to stand up. A minute in I had a tap on the shoulder and was offered a seat in the back row which I accepted so everyone squished up to make room for me. Then they asked me if Garratt wanted a seat and I said "it's okay there's no room" but they said it was fine and we all squished up even more so Garratt could half sit on my lap. We ...
... had been to a meditation centre before coming here. They had planned to do a trek, had porters & guides all ready, then the man had fallen ill & they had to cancel. They are doing some voluntary work at an orphanage.
For dinner I asked for Dahl batt, so was privileged to be asked to eat with our hosts in their house. It was very nice, one of the best I've eaten. Nepali's have this meal twice a day, every day. You would think they would get bored with ...
Already time to leave my beloved city of Kathmandu and head back to Pokhara where we will be starting our long ascent through the Annapurna ranges ! This trip is off to a good start, after managing to repair my tripod thanks to a nice handyman at the hotel, I looked at the window and oh joy, it's bright and sunny outside ! After a few days of "bad weather", I'm very happy as we will have a good (vey bumpy) ride but this time with good views of the Himalayas ...
Pokhara, what an incredible delight after 8 hrs on a rickety, bumpy bus listening to a boisterous group of lovely, young Indian men drink straight vodka. The roads wind around and around and around the sides of the Himalayas, at points barely big enough for two buses to pass but the drivers expertly weave their way around and between, only narrowingly missing one truck...pretty good we say! Pokhara was described ...
... happy or why they were even talking and in English. Yeah, there was no rational why I was feeling that way. The Epic Bus Ride: Ok , I am telling you now, if you ever go to Himalayas or mountains make sure the roads does not scare you. People had told me not to take bus between Jomsom- Pokhara. It was because of the road between Ghasa and - Beni. Never in my life have I been so prayerful and asked for life than in this bus ride. The roads are literally 7-8 ft wide, stony as hell, ...