Hotel Meera

Address: P.O.Box: 269, Lakeside-6, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O.Box: 269, Lakeside-6, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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      Travel Blogs from Pokhara

      The other lake

      A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Mar 27, 2015

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... shots of the Annapurna's changing colour from pink to orange to white. It was worth the early start.

      Went back to the lodge & had pancakes with local honey & a milk coffee. Then packed my bags but hung around to say goodbye to the lady who had sorted the coffee beans yesterday, & also the grumpy German guy, who was quite polite today, but has a definite confrontational manner which came out with the owners. I watched them getting honey from a ...

      Holi Cow

      A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 24, 2015

      5 photos

      ... of singing and jamming involving guitars, drums and ukeleles being passed around from person to person ensued with the guys from the guesthouse. I could feel myself getting a bit too comfortable in this place, let's call it Goa syndrome, so decided to go and get my trekking permit which would allow me to get in to the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal's famous trekking region, right among the Himalayan mountains, north of Pokhara. Despite not having any of the recommended pre-requisites; ...

      The road to Pokhara

      A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 11, 2015

      27 photos

      ... day life. To say the Nepali are hard working people, is an understatement. Rice fields are planted in May June July and harvested in December. The remaining of months of the year, the fields and patties are planted with crops of corn, wheat, potatoes, barley and mustard seed. Oil from the mustard seeds is extracted and used for cooking. No olive oil here. Pro's of Nepal - it's almost impossible to not eat organically as most farmers have no money for pesticides and ...

      First weekend in Ghandruk

      A travel blog entry by flightofbumbleb on Mar 08, 2015

      8 photos

      ... a public holiday in Nepal. The villagers were putting on a show to advocate women's rights at the flat ground near the local school, and the volunteers had been asked to attend. In typical Nepali fashion, the 10am start didn't happen until 2pm. When we got there, the crowds had just begun to gather. It was quite a sight seeing all the village women dressed up in their Sunday best, it was ...

      Day 45: Stranded in the Himalayas - Fifth Day

      A travel blog entry by khushibird on Jan 05, 2015

      9 photos

      ... electricity went off! And when we tried to use, there was no network on the phone. None of us had contacted our family since yesterday morning from Marpha when we had told them that we were walking on snow, between mountains. We had been cut off from rest of the world since then! Finally at Ghasa, we found a bus going to Beni. But people at Ghasa were not that hospitable. None of the restaurants agreed to make us any food. We ate some dry chips and boarded the bus. But the bus ...