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TravelPod Member ReviewsNoble Inn Pokhara
I would council on NOT staying on the top floor. Not only do you pay more, but it's hotter when the roof gets baked. That said, if you're here during the season when it doesn't get up into the 80s, then by all means... As the title suggests, their internet is slow and is only up with the power. The other place I stayed at had the internet tied to the battery.
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... Lighted a fire and then started preparing our supper. We unpacked and made ourselves warm.
Had a nice supper and then went to bed.
I always struggle to sleep well on the ground but was so grateful to be out in nature and experiencing a part of Nepal that I would only have on a boating ...
... us. Bill had the roasted boar and I had the boar stew. It was very good. We met the owner who is a former Sherpa and was previously married to a Canadian. He used to work in Toronto and his son is currently living in Toronto, so we had a great chat with him. We finished our meal with another piece of cake!
Back in the room, the resort has also prepared a Birthday cake for me! Wow, I am definitely getting spoiled today!
... and steeper things got. This continued until it was too steep for some of us to hold on due to two nasty viruses that five of our own were infected with. Luckily, we sorted an alternate route for some challengers that were really struggling with sickness. We were proud of Brit and Alyssa for trekking the alternate route for even the healthiest and fittest didn't know what horrifying heights lay ahead. The group continued on foot (minus Brit, Alyssa and Mr Fisher took a ...
... and disappear into the forest, only to emerge carrying various local plant delicacies. These would appear on our places later that day. Day 7 & 8 was spent camping just above 3000m on top of a hill with stunning 360 degrees views including most of the main Annapurna Range. Each morning as the sun rose we saw crystal clear 8000+ meter peaks. By about 9am the air changed from freezing cold to lovely and warm. By late afternoon the crystal clear views typically started to ...
... you only need to honk a bit before reaching the bend and hope that no one is coming from the other direction. It all worked and we only nearly crashed once.
Our plan was to go to Pokhara but while on the bus we decided to get of at Dumre in order to get from there to Besi Sahar.
Luckily we were not the only ones who wanted to do so and we had a bit of group when looking for transportation from Dumre to Besi Sahar.
Getting off the bus ...