Hotel Try Star And Restaurant

Dam Side Pardi, -17, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Thrillseeking in Pokhara

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast


... enough.

Claudio explained how paragliders watch the large birds of prey to find the places for the best lift in the air, and sure enough, up in the air we went. I tried taking some photographs, but gave up after a while, as the experience was just to special to miss. Claudio was doing the photography for me anyway.

He also let me steer the chute for a while. It was so cool! I really got to fly! And when Claudio asked me if I liked ...

Harvest time

A travel blog entry by geofw


... the rice is cut by hand and carried down to a
collecting point in great sheaves on the back, then after a time for drying, the
rice stems are thrashed onto a large stone to release the grains. The rice
stems are then laid around a pole and cattle, attached to the pole, are used to
trample the stems in order to soften them – walking round and round. The stems
are then piled high into a stack and will be used ...

Hiking to Dhampus

A travel blog entry by geofw


... we were greeted by the sound of techno music coming from a place we couldn’t see. It was loud and aggressive. A little further on we see a group of youngsters on top of a hill who were responsible for the noise pollution. This area turns out to be the place for young people from Pokhara come and have picnics at the weekend and indulge in some very loud music and probably other things too.

Once in the village we were keen to find a place to stay. We asked a couple of ...

Adventure here we come

A travel blog entry by kwdestinations


... our way into the jungle to observe the Tiger in the wild. I’d say Maruni Sanctuary is the closest you are going to get to an equal adventure today.

We returned to Maruni Sanctuary for lunch and a bit of a rest. It was some of the first quiet time since we started out on this trip. We later walked down the road with Gauri to board a small canoe. We were riding along in complete silence. The sun was setting and glistening in the ...

The start: The Anapurna circuit trek

A travel blog entry by guustravels


... temples and so to visit, but it is a pity that it is so poluted by cars and motorcycles. You have to watch your steps all the time in order not to be driven over. Many people wear dust masks against the pollution. Funny thing is, that in the mountains we also met many people wearing dusk masks even when there was no traffic or dust at all. It appears that these dusk masks have become a fashion item, sporting (fake) brands like Adidas and Nike.

On Thursday (although I ...


This hotel, located on Dam Side Pardi, -17, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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