Green Tara Hotel

Address: lakeside 6 Gaurighat Ratanamandir, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on lakeside 6 Gaurighat Ratanamandir, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Week Two

      A travel blog entry by sophiebishop1 on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... was hard and took 2 hours of walking up a very steep hill with about 6 breaks. The actual meeting was really nice and they treated me and Sajeena like special guests :)

      With the help of Bhola we invited a lot of people to the training next week and then headed back home it took another hour to walk back down to home and one fall over for me. Once we got there we were so tired I'm amazed we made it till food time before falling asleep.

      Day 23

      We spent ...

      Lobuche to Gorakshep and trek to Everest Base Camp

      A travel blog entry by 3passes3peaks on Nov 25, 2014

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      Our trek to EBC began at about 1130am. Unlike the trails over the passes, the EBC trail was a gradual ascent through rocks and sand, and then a flat section along a ridge beside the Khumbu Glacier and Nuptse to our right side, which is when EBC first came into view. This was exciting as we both had seen and read so much about the Khumbu Glacier and Everest base camp and now it was within site!

      As we got closer to EBC we descended onto the Khumbu ...

      Momos at the Tibetan Refugee Camp

      A travel blog entry by forksontheroad on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment

      ... he’s Tibetan – it seems important to her that we know this. The visa process will be tough as she doesn’t have a passport from either Tibet or Nepal, and no refugee card either. She essentially has no identification.

      They’re very proud of their 99% literacy rate at the camp, and that they sustain themselves financially independently now. The next day when we visited the International Mountain Museum we ...

      Finally getting rid of some weight.

      A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Oct 14, 2014

      Well I have been struggling with the weight of the bike since leaving UK. Got rid of the big Mortar tube in Turkey,but still the bike was bottoming out on very bumpy roads,and I thought well either the Clutch is going to burn out,or the rear shock is going to go,both really expensive jobs! Something as to go! Thought about Jenny,but she wasn't too happy,Spoilsport! Well I love camping,but since we have only camped in Latvia and Turkey,think the camping gear as got to go. ...

      Bus journey! !

      A travel blog entry by m155gkv on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... was included in price and he should have already got this so we could leave at 8.30am. But after a few calls he said yes I get the Tims but it opens at 10am.. great so a late start. My room is very nice i even have a bath tub. And a seating area with a fan. Cost 6 woo hoo should have been more! Regina came at 7 and it was pitch black outside. We took head torch and headed to main strip to find food and I finally had momos ...