Pokhara Palace Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today I joined Laxmi early in the morning to enjoy the view and discuss where to go next. She told me that the Three Sisters called her and let her know that a big landslide went down between Ghorepani and Tadapani on the path we had just trekked one day earlier. To put it in Laxmis words: "You very lucky! And also I very lucky!". We decided to rest one more day in Ghandruk due to several reasons: First, we did not know how safe our route heading away from Ghandruk was just ...
... those big ones roll down and drop into the river. The guide told us if we felt 3 times the water shaking with a noise but as we all first timer water rafting we can't felt the difference of choppy waters or an earthquake.
we decided to continue the rest of the rafting which took about another 2hrs and 1/2 in total. we had our pit stop in between due strong wind and somehow we felt after shocked too.
frankly I didn't know how intensive the ...
... no birdsong. There was, however, a French guy (at least he sounded French) refusing to pay 150r ($1.50) for his bed for the night because the porters and guides were "too noisy" between 8pm and 9pm and he couldn’t sleep, but this was their dinner time so it’s understandable they don’t eat in silence...! He was shouting all kinds of rubbish at them, including things like “they didn’t need the money anyway because they were rich”. ...
... face nets or stings, just opened the hive & removed the comb very slowly. I left about 11am and was given a scarf, a tikka, & a flower behind my ear by Be Be, who also gave me a big hug. What a send off.
My bike was fine at the ludo/shop and I continued up the ridge till I came to a place that overlooked the other lake, Rupa Tal. Found a place mentioned in my guide book called Rupa View, parked my bike & walked for 5mins along a narrow path until I ...
... had. In a rare break in the rain, I walked to Old Pokhara where I checked out the Gurkha museum (the recruitment camp for the Gurkhas was just down the road) and the large Bindhaya Basini Temple complex where I met a Mongolian guy who offered to show me round. After exploring the individual temples and shrines (each dedicated to a different Hindu god), I came across a stone pillar in a courtyard, round which it smelt pretty bad and I noticed blood stains on the floor. My Mongolian ...