Address: Lake Side, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lake Side, Pokhara, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Day 44: Stranded in the Himalayas : Fourth Day

A travel blog entry by khushibird on Jan 04, 2015

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... us to Lete. There were 10-12 people at the shop. (6 of us, Kishanji and people from old truck ). We stopped the truck. They did not want to take us. We would have to be locked up in a dark box behind the truck. " there won't be any oxygen" they objected. "It's ok, dai. We have been walking for miles now, few of us are sick.. Please...." After 5 min of persuasion, the shop lady used her charm. We got locked up just like people crossing Mexico- America border, illegally. The room was ...

Hindi Christmas

A travel blog entry by theresabill on Dec 25, 2014

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... the hotel and discovered that we were put into a tiny room with two single beds near the restaurant. The door was wafer thin and we could hear lots of noise coming from the hallway. We tried to switch rooms, but they are full, so we will have to stay put until tomorrow.

We met up with Dipak again around 7:30 and we went to dinner at Moon Dance. It is a beautiful spot and TWX surprised us and is buying Birthday and Christmas ...

Trek Phase - Day Two

A travel blog entry by cavrd-nepal1 on Dec 06, 2014

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A wonderful knock at our door at 6:30am woke us all from our slumber. Not only were we tired for our next day, but this was time for the most difficult hike so far. With aching muscles, we carried ourselves up thousands of flights of stairs that were steeper than the day before. A big breakfast made it all the better until we were able to refuel at lunch and hide our horrified looks at the leopard print underwear hung out to dry by one of the locals. The longer we walked, ...

Honey gatherers trek.

A travel blog entry by figiel on Nov 26, 2014

... people difficult. The reason for the locations was explained as the land had to be donated, and no one wanted to give up valuable land close to town. We camped next to local school fields, next to creeks, amongst rice fields, but always with mountain views to one side and deep river gorges to the other. Our support crew included Nuru who's reputation as a great trekking chef lived up to expectations at every meal time. We would often see him drop his pack on the side of ...

From Jiri to Gokyo and back to Lukla - part 3

A travel blog entry by slw321 on Oct 22, 2014

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... packed up and get some water and pay the bill. We'd hardly covered a few hundred metres when I had to stop to throw up. Meanwhile she looked over her shoulder to see where I was and carried on walking. I had no choice but to follow. The path was narrow but at this stage pretty flat as it followed closeto the shore of the lake, even so it was easy to lose your footing and end up floundering in deeper snow. I stopped a couple more times to be sick and then continued to ...

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