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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
We're out! after three days of no flying in or out of Jomsom, we had stood around with various European tourists the day before discussing all the possibilities, from the local bus, to waiting for the plane or even taking a Helicopter. After our Belgium friends decided very begrudgingly to take the 14 hour bus ride, on avery bumpy quarry like road …
Well it was all going so well, we got up at 5.00am and made the airport early, on a pleasant enough morning, We were told the flight was delayed and ushered up stairs to sit on the roof terrace, where we watched the army morning fatigues, which were quite amusing with one rather large recruit not keeping up, hiding and rejoining the squad on their …
We arrived in Kathmandu after an 11 hour Oman Airways flight via a 5 hour stop in Muscat. The early arrival at LHR allowed us to bag seats with leg room so we could travel in relative comfort. As we made our gradual descent towards Nepal's Tribhuvan International Airport the Himalayan peaks, poking through the clouds, gave way to the now familiar …
Mum and I went Paragliding while Dad and Oscar were Trekking 1/2 way up a hill.
Paragliding is when you run off a hill with a Parachute, catch some wind and fly.
When Mum & I went Paragliding dad asked us to take a video camera so we did and they stuck the videos and photos on a CD …
... the upper reaches of the Everest massif
poked through a lower stratum of
clouds into a very blue sky. From the pointy peaks,
clouds streamed to the east like scarves
from damsel's caps.
Our first few days in Kathmandu were beleaguering---hot
and chaotic---with much filth and
squalor. Thick smells of incense seemed sickening, not sweet. Dirty, dark temples oppressive
and gloomy. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Excellent Oasis Hotel just up from the Lakeside. Lovely swimming pool and bar surrounded by lush tropical planting and trees. Lovely A/C ensuite-rooms with balconies and cable television. Star Sports - watched the Ashes Cricket a bonus! Splendid buffet breakfast including bacon as well as all the usual Indian and continental fare 6.00am -10.00am. Restaurant more expensive than Lakeside but food of a high quality. Lots of small children in the pool, but rooms well glazed and quiet. Wifi free and working well in the rooms. I would recommend highly.
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