Pokhara View Garden Hotel
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... with a boat and then climb up the hill. It takes you 2 hours, but the view is amazing and the pagoda is very beautiful and peaceful. The last day in Pokhara ended very quickly, too. I was sad to say goodbye to Laxmi, having taken her into my heart. She surprised me with a bottle holder she had knitted the day before. A priceless souvenir. Nepal was a wonderful journey, a great mental and physical adventure. I hope to return to this beautiful country with its joyful people one day. ...
it took me awhile to write this blog... its just been roller coaster for me somehow when I just got back 2weeks ago.
why am I in Nepal cause I always wanted to go there and always a dream to do volunteer so why not do both, Its my first solo trip through out and my mission there to taught English in a women school
Original planned: 13th April till 11th May
So I shorten it 2 weeks earlier.
Pple been asking me about did I feel ...
... over a big rock in the raft, we turned it around and then paddled hard back into it – the idea being that the force of the water coming over the top of the rock would come straight into the raft and soak us all, making it a bumpy trip. Poor Don however was at the front and managed to fall in, and as we floated away he was struggling to get away from the force of the undertow pulling him back under the rock. After a few short sharp stroked though he was free from the rip ...
... had a small daypack so it was no wonder he needed breaks...).
During the day we walked nearly 13km and ascended 1.2km. We arrived at lower Sinuwa (2,000m – wait, we didn’t actually get any higher than yesterday?!) and Prim suggested we stay there as upper Sinuwa (which was our aim, about 40 minutes further) may be full. We took his advice and got the last room in the teahouse (450r for the room – we never paid more than $1.50 each for ...
... for my bike. Decided to nip back to my hotel in Pokhora as they were expecting me back tonight, told them I'd be back tommorow now. Then I headed for Sarankot for the chance of another mountain morning view, this time the nearest I'm likely to get.
Driving today was particularly bad. Apart from the usual traffic, there were many more people on the roads as its Saturday, their one day off. Also, as I approached Pokhora, there were lots of cows. I mean herds of 6-8 of em ...