Hotel Stupa

P.O Box 322 Lake Side, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on P.O Box 322 Lake Side, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Devi's Fall, and Seeing Hands Nepal.
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    Travel Blogs from Pokhara

    Pokhara

    A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jul 30, 2014

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    There are plenty of adventure activities in Pokhara, the furthest we got was walking about half an hour to the top rated restaurant on Trip Advisor... we are not used to the heat yet, and spent most of our time trying to stay cool, and failing. The showers in our hotel are brilliant, and our hand washing dries in a couple of hours.

    Pokhara has its fair share of yoga retreats and people who are trying to ...

    Children's paradise Friday

    A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 18, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to do self-catherization and bowel management. The mother has refused . We are trying to initiate this program again before we leave and get it started otherwise the future for Nikitta will be very short. She is a bright girl but has all the strikes against herself. She was born female, disabled and in Nepal. The iPads we have brought have been used for story time and singing and next week will be introduced to specific children for learning. ,,it has been decided ...

    Trek Day 16 - Bloody Leeches!

    A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Jun 20, 2014

    9 photos

    ... t throw. Please give it to me."

    I demonstrated to him that it was leaking and very badly too. But Badri insisted that he could still use the raincoat when working at his farm. I felt so ashamed at my wastefulness, a trait of a first world economy citizenry.

    We, urban dwellers, have so much to learn from villagers like Badri. We take too many things for granted. ...

    Behind Nepal's impelling facade..

    A travel blog entry by lessues on Apr 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... east from Thamel. Only locals lived in the village and with no guesthouses in the area i was with them 24/7, sleeping in one of the kids bedrooms, going to the local markets to buy daily fruit and veg, cooking with their mother and pretty much living just like they do, it was exactly the local experience I was looking for!

    The family were not not much different to what we're accustomed to back home, the parents have three daughters, the eldest is my ...

    There is nothing a good power ballad can't fix

    A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers on Mar 29, 2014

    1 comment

    ... lose any veg. Proud! The weather has gotten much hotter, meaning I have to have far more conversations explaining sun burn, heat stroke, sweat and why I am red in the face. It's all super glamorous. Favourite moment: an old lady in a village coming up to me with a beaming smile, tucking my hair behind my ear, cupping my face in her hands and then walking away smiling to herself. Moral question: is it wrong that I deliberately look bored on the back of the motorcycle while passing other ...