Hotel Meera

P.O.Box: 269, Lakeside-6, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
Prices starting from $34.00
 

Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Everest? ...We'll just take the beer.

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik

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... set our own course up into the valley. We spot a river below and negotiate a bumpy back track and some disbelieving locals to reach it. The water is again wonderfully cool and, although not deep enough to swim properly, the strong current makes for a great game and we take turns at shooting downstream. The boys on the opposite bank either think we are fascinatingly exotic, or utterly insane - a judgement that requires extra scrutiny, coincidentally just as Lexi and I ...

Poon Hill Trek: Days 4 and 5

A travel blog entry by elcapitan

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... daughter. She is chatting with BJ when screams erupt from mother and daughter, and BJ shouts, "go quickly, there is a snake!" Apparently we had walked right by a poisonous snake who was hunting a frog on the side of the trail, and now the woman and daughter are terrified to pass it and are pleading with BJ for help. BJ surveys the scene and - with some trepidation - grabs a baseball bat-sized stick, hops up on the stone wall bordering the path and slowly makes his ...

Behind Nepal's impelling facade..

A travel blog entry by lessues

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... which you can see from across the river. Fire shows, singing, dancing all in honour of Shiva, it is one of the most amazing places i've ever been in my life.

If you're into trekking, so much of the surrounding places in Nepal have too much to offer: Annapurna circuit and obviously Everest base camp are the top two places but you can pretty much trek anywhere. Ask at the hostel or just ask travellers as you go along, its endless for me to ...

Hiking - Part 2 - Quarrelsome end to a perfect day

A travel blog entry by geofw

... The dark skinned man is happy to have my business, telling me he will make it “very strong.” He will glue and sow it and uses his scrawny feet to clasp the shoe while using has hands to sow. As I sit and wait, I console myself that at least the shoe repairer has some business today. He charges 250, which is probably a lot more than he would charge a local but I don’t care, at least my sandal will be fixed and I don’t have to buy another pair ...

Frustration station, population me.

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers

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Embarrassment doesn't seem to be something that the people of Nepal suffer from. This includes casual burping and ******* while I stand by mortified in addition to telling random strangers intimate details about your wellbeing. In an ironic twist of fate, my hosts have all been unwell with a stomach upset this week. Thankfully, I was spared and have no problems. Though this doesn't help my quest to be skinny. My hosts have had no trouble telling anyone ...

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This hotel, located on P.O.Box: 269, Lakeside-6, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good