Hotel Glacier Pokhara

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

    Week 7: Pokhara

    A travel blog entry by danmottau on Aug 24, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... off school this week, again. We celebrated at the nestling home with a dance party, jumping about for hours until the power annoyingly cut out. I've attached a fun video of the kids jumping around, dancing and generally just having a great time. Traditionally, Teej Festival celebrates the women of higher castes in society, it represents sisterhood and the accomplishment of finding and keeping a happy and healthy husband. The event is marked by community-wide dances, celebrations ...

    Week 5: Annapurna Ranges

    A travel blog entry by danmottau on Aug 15, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... most incredible waterfalls on the final day. We had to cross a number, including one that was almost 100m wide, falling from hundreds of metres above. Walking across the base of the falls the water came up just below my knees and the current was very strong. I was again reminded of the incredible might of this world and how something so beautiful can quickly turn dangerous. Over the last five days the scenery changed dramatically, from dense rainforest, to lush bushland, ...

    Children's paradise week 2 day 3

    A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... is closer to cornflakes. Bunty has not had to pay her rent as GVI paid for the entire year. This means she will make close to $90,000 rupees a month,,out of this there is no electricity to pay and we think no water bill as water is not used sparingly. Two of the teachers are paid approx $6,000 rupees a month or $70.00 dollars. The other two helpers which do everything from cooking, cleaning and occupying the special needs kids in the afternoon get no pay. They ...

    Annapurna Trek I - Lower Marshyangdi River Valley

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 11, 2014

    86 photos

    ... areas being mostly Hindu from such groups as Gurung, Megar, and Brahman, while in the higher valleys are predominantly Buddhist Tibetan-influenced cultures such as Marsyangdis and Thakadis.

    I stopped for breakfast in a hilltop village named Bahundanda where the buildings were mostly painted blue, typical of the Brahman ethnic group in the area. The Brahmans are members of a Hindu priestly caste from Rajasthan area in western India who moved to Nepal ...

    Happy Village - Week II

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011 on Apr 07, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... backs and then proceeding to step over the make shift fence into the garden to dump the fertilizer. Very little soil here, mainly rock, so what grows does best sprouting out of manure. Nothing goes to waste.
    We discuss our plans for the day over a boiled egg, sliced tomato and the remains of last night's french loaf. Should we walk into town? When? What do we need? More and more we are using our kitchen and eating out less. Every other ...