Tibet Resort

Pardi Lake Side, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Another loooong ride.....

A travel blog entry by quetzalmonica

We left Kathmandu early this morning, it seems that waking with the sun is going to become a routine on our trip. The bus ride was looong (almost 7 hours) , and bumpy! It seems that everywhere we go, the rides start off the same, dealing with Kathmandu traffic and construction, followed by some smooth paths, then bumpy and slightly scary rides on …

Everest? ...We'll just take the beer.

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik


... of error between our starting point and wherever we may end up.

We get a little nervous by the regular signs to Kathmandu (opposite direction) but the road eventually bends and the journey passes without error. Progress is halted numerous times during the night and we experience ever tighter security checks as we go; at first it is a small pocket torch frisked over the outside of the bus, but by the early hours of the morning we are presumably approaching a ...

Poon Hill Trek: Days 4 and 5

A travel blog entry by elcapitan


... In a small village the priests are sharpening their knives and the temples are awash with blood. We will relax and rejuvenate over the next few days and ready ourselves for new explorations in new lands. Our Himalayan experience was indeed unforgettable, but I couldn't help feeling that I wanted more. I wanted to follow the river to its source, to cross the highest ridges and touch the snowline. Like the hungry gods who demand the sacrifice, such is my unquenching appetite for ...

Namaste Pokhara

A travel blog entry by anaketa


... watching the lake, that is quite relaxing! Just around the corner We crossed fields of corn, passing by the small houses of the farmers who lived there and answering back at their kind "Namaste!", said with the hands conjuncted and bowing a little the head. Turning a big curve, we jumped down the horses and we walked till reaching a point from where we could see the lake and all the mountains all around it. Our guide lighted on a cigarette, and he order ...

Annapurna trek

A travel blog entry by ileana25


I realize only now what I got myself into: pain, pain and pain. Today we started our trek and we covered 16k in 5 hours of painful uphill. The last two hours were only stairs which means that tomorrow might be very hard for me to stand up. The steps were over ...


This hotel, located on Pardi Lake Side, Pokhara, is near Sarangkot, Seeing Hands Nepal, Gupteswar Gupha, and Patan Museum.
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