Hotel Blue Heaven

Address: P.O.Box: 564, Lakeside, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on P.O.Box: 564, Lakeside, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Blue Heaven Pokhara

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Pokhara

On Your Mark... Get Set.... STOP

A travel blog entry by splunk on Nov 11, 2015

5 comments, 4 photos

... needed electricity for much of those periods. But generators need gas to run and there just isn't any... most all oil is used by the government for public transportation and hospitals and such. Restaurants and homes now cook almost exclusively outside over open wood fire pits and there is barely any vehicular traffic other than the public.

I have several friends and contacts in Pokhara where I would be hunkered down and with whom I have been ...

Tough Trek to Tengbouche !,

A travel blog entry by robin_patterson on Oct 08, 2015

5 photos

... we were meant to cross the next day had collapsed , washing 3 yaks down the "Dodhe Kosi" (Milk River). Luckily the yak herders were'nt on the bridge yet. This meant that we had to make qyite a long detour the next day and stay overnight in Phortse instead of Dole ...

REACH OUT TO NEPAL!

A travel blog entry by lolitatravels on May 16, 2015

12 photos

... br>
The organisation that I had registered for volunteer work with was Quest Volunteer Travel & Tours. They are responsible to reaching out to schools and monastery with volunteers around the world participating in teaching English or Child care(orphanage program)
website: http://questvolunteer.weebly.com/index. html

They have been continuously helping out by distributing aids ...

The Annapurna Circuit

A travel blog entry by annahildreth on Apr 10, 2015

... down with my backpack doing a nice job of pushing me. Fortunately a local caught up and unattached my feet by brutally tearing my waterproofs (no longer waterproof!). I wouldn't have died, the hill wasn't steep enough but still. Happy to have survived the pass and my mishap I merrily continued my descent litter picking the entire way. Reflecting as I went down I had a huge urge to kiss the snowy ground and say thanks to Mother Nature for getting us through. And so I did.


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The ABC of trekking / Das ABC des Trekking

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Apr 05, 2015

1 comment, 203 photos

... we stopped for a tea-break at a hut (this became a fairly regular occurrence) and met a Chinese couple that were on the way up as well. We would constantly see these 2 along the trek and it became a bit of a mission to overtake them (later that evening we learnt that this trek 'was really easy for them and they just had to have breaks because their porter was tired’. Their poor porter was 60 and was carrying everything for them - the guy had nothing and ...