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One of the top location for stay,Views is superb and no need to walk for the view to the view tower. You can see the excellent views from the roof of the hotel as well as from the rooms . I strongly recommend friends for their accommodation.
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Up early for our trek we both headed off for breakfast about 6.30, plenty of time before we had to meet a guide at 7am. It was Nepalese hash browns for Jenny and a nice pancake for myself. As we waited for our food, we twigged that we had forgotten to move our clocks fifteen minutes forward when we left India and we had now five minutes to get …
... for a 1pm flight to Singapore, God knows what time we'll finally get to Sydney. So here we are, still in Nepal, trapped in a third world country in a 5 star hotel. There are no riots in the streets, no military actions, and no issues with the government being thrown out - it will work out me we'll get home some time in the next few days I presume. And here we were having a laugh about the Coffs Harbour crew being delayed in China! Namaste from Nepal for one more ...
... in a beautiful meadow. This was followed by a lunch break around 11:30. Then after walking for another 1.5 hours, things started to turn. First it began to hail a bit. Not that big of a deal. Then we got to a bridge and crossed it no problem. The Kagmara Base Camp was about another hour or so down the valley but of course we had to climb up first. The mules made it up the first hill but then there was a small avalanche that they (and us) had to cross. I was ...
We then went to see other temples and went back to the hotel.
Pokhara is famous for its lake so after dinner we walked down to the lake. The trees that border the lake and the water itself are beautiful. The lake was down a small incline so we didn't get to stand by it. There were also many people who were boating. The one blight was the trash, the piles of bricks, other construction materials. But when you looked past that you were ...
... experience. I explained who I was and asked whether I could take some photos and they all agreed. It was quite noticeable that the women who had given birth to baby girls had very few, if any visitors, yet those with boys had crowds around the bed. Only the day before we had seen a perfect abandoned baby girl, who was being taken to the orphanage; a common occurrence apparently. The arranged meeting started around10.30am and we had a good turnout ...