Hotel Try Star And Restaurant

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

Poon Hill Trek - Day 1

A travel blog entry by elcapitan


I'll be honest, when it comes to working out, hiking and being active in general, I'm not usually one to get super excited about it. I appreciate and love doing it once I get started, but tend to drag my feet and procrastinate. Not only that, but when hikes tend to get difficult and/or conditions aren't less than optimal, I turn into a whiny, two-year-old brat who throws tantrums much to the behest of my poor husband. Shockingly, however, throughout the duration of ...

Nepali Magic

A travel blog entry by wadester


... it from the harsh conditions that the mountains bring. Limited electricity meant an early night.

Day 2:
This was going to be the tough day. We were due to climb from Kajbeni (3200m) to Mutinath (3700m). It was a day of pushing the bikes up very steep inclines that crossed the mountains, dusty jeep track with lot’s of rocks. The lack of oxygen constantly reminding us of how it can debilitate you. I would rest for 5 mins and then ...

Farewell to Pokhara

A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011


... by men here in Nepal. Women appear to only work in the home or do laundry. It seems to explain why women who lose their spouse are destitute here in Nepal. They have no means of supporting themselves. Very sad.

Our yoga friend Janet returned from her trek and we met for lunch before she headed for Kathmandu on her way to Jordan. Traveling has done a lot for Janet and we got into a discussion about the 'downer' of going home and ...

Hiking - Part 1 - Going up is easy

A travel blog entry by geofw

... while enter an open area which has a few buildings around. I approach some people and tell them I need a hotel to stay for the night. I am told by a man that I am at the hotel. I look around in surprise because it is no more than a very bare restaurant – the word ‘restaurant’ used in the loosest of terms. I quiz him as to this. He assures me it is a hotel. Okay, is there a room available? He tells me yes, and I am led down a short corridor to a darkened ...

A weekend away...

A travel blog entry by laurelstruthers


... the car- lose focus for a moment and we were pelted with water which was actually quite refreshing! Teenagers raced around on motorbikes, their faces painted silver throwing vibrant coloured powder. There was never any anger towards being hit, it was all part of the festivities. I wish I had got a picture of it all but I was too transfixed on the scenes before me. The Tibet border wasn't too much to be seen. I couldn't cross it due to my nationality, nor was I allowed ...


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