Temple Tree Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTemple Tree Resort & Spa Pokhara
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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... the last three weeks was incredibly strong. Transforming from a trekking guide to a brother I can trust my life with, Badri had shared so many insights about Nepali psyche and lifestyle that I am almost family to him. I owe Badri so much for my Annapurna experience and I cannot thank him enough.
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... the feeling that this was the place you came to find out where to get your dope. The booths were dark and shrouded and private and people often spent an awful lot of time here and they were not eating or drinking. And finally there was a place at the bottom of the alley from our hotel that really did not have a name - I will just call it our Breakfast Place. For a dollar they would give you two eggs, some excellent bread that seemed home ...
... Together with our German friends I sang “Happy birthday” and then “Cumpleanos Feliz”. Johannes bought a bottle of gin that we mixed with sprite, and thus enjoyed a solid mixed drink.
Day 6: March 7, 2014
That day wasn't supposed to be the last day of our trek, however, Michael felt so bad that we decided to return to Pokhara as soon as possible, so that he could go to hospital. There was a jeep going down from Sidhing to ...