Hotel Glacier Pokhara
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... we had the rest of the day to go out and find souvenirs in the shops of this rather hippy style place. There are some very good and cheap locally made crafts. Unfortunately due to the fuel shortage currently affecting Nepal, the power is regularly cut off and this means we can only use the lights in the hotel, but at least we will be able to get back in the bus to Kathmandu, since the drivers got some 'black' fuel from India which they kept in the back of the ...
... listen to the guide in case of danger or c) have the right gear on them (I can't believe some people go on a trek with sneakers!). Sometimes the tourists are in luck and manage to still finish the trek, despite the danger they put themselves and the locals looking for them in. Anyways, after arriving in Ghandruk, Laxmi called the other guide and it turned out that he has found the missing couple wandering around in the jungle. I hope the argument ...
... 2. Its just double loud than normal plane but in terms of smooth its all depends on the turbulence in the air. Yes I stuffed my ears with tissue!
3. The crew using cardboard to write how long the journey or food to serve. At times we using sign language.
4. Yes of course not comfy not cushion seats or u can recline you seats. Yes I fell asleep!
5. Instead 5hours(normal plane) journey its 7hrs flight
6. Yes I was initial motion sickness(for ...
The highlight of this area is a hot spring, but just as we prepared to go down to it there was a big hailstorm, with some big chunks of ice coming down. The hail gave way to rain and it lasted a good couple of hours. When it eventually stopped, we quickly went out and walked the 20-odd minutes down to the river and the hot springs. Maybe it was because we were spoilt for springs in NZ, but these were a little underwhelming. There were 3 man-made pools ...
... carom with the locals and jamming on Babylon's house instruments. A perfect evening. After a while, Holi festival came around and I was extremely excited. This festival is essentially a spring festival and the new colours in the land are celebrated by essentially drinking lots and throwing water and coloured powder over each other while having a massive party in the street, and in Pokhara's case, to thumping music, usually played off massive speakers tied to the back of a truck. ...