Shangri-La Village Pokhara
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Pokhara sits on a vast lake framed by the surrounding Annapurna mountains, making for a pretty impressive backdrop to our days. Here it's lazy and slow-paced, with a strip of restaurants, bars and knick knack shops following the lake front.
Our bargain hotel for a fiver a night for the both of us is the perfect base (despite the cold shower and sandbag pillows) for our several wardrobe changes to keep up with the ...
... pierced through the gumboot into my soles. It was painful. But pain, brushing teeth, shower were secondary compared to the need of survival. After 3-4 hours we passed Tukuche. There was a jeep there. Kishanji asked the driver to take us to a nearest town. He said they would drive only in few hours. We did not want to wait and waste time. We continued our hymn - our lovely walk. Walked on dry river rocks - the rocks pierced into our feet. People were worried about Bidhan and Samiah ...
... to squeeze out a few hours to tour Pokhara. The guide joined us and seemed all excited to sightsee as well! Amy and I paid 3000 rupees for the car that would drive us around.
First up was the world peace Stupa at the very top. Lunch was there and lucky for us the long wait for lunch gave enough time for the sun to come out and the skies to clear. Such that when we made the tough 10mins walk up (legs were aching by then) we had ...
... the old style music of Nepal, and we later realised that the parade was for a marriage that had taken place at morning. For most of the day we rested up for our next challenge ahead, and all looked forward to going to the project and making a difference within a community. It would be an early start the next morning so we went to bed ready for ...
... s a much more chilled out place, and you don't really get hassled much by the hawkers and touts. The coffee places were mostly ordinary, with the worst being the Pokhara Boomerang Restaurant in the main street. There were numerous order changes needed as the waiter kept coming back and telling us something else was unavailable - stay away. We found a better place for coffee afterwards. The best pick/recommendation is the Moon dance. The ...