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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tulsi Pokhara
Gardens, rooftop overlooking lake and Annapurna ranges make this a special place. Rooms musty and need an airing out.
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
... 5:15 AM the next morning. Never wanting to miss anything, however, we were ready to go and made our way up the side of the mountain. Far across the valley to the East, the horizon was just starting to glow when we reached the top. To our right a low cloud covered the lake and the city of Pokhara. To our left the dark blue outline of jagged peaks were forming. We were seeing the Himalayan mountains for the first time. The Himalayas! Within 20 minutes, the snow covered ...
... day and went back home.
New years eve. The morning consisted of me meditating and reading on the roof (again), before getting ready for class. We took our last personal hygeine and sanitation class at Risti Bikash when we come back next we will be doing Dental care. The class was with slightly old kids and it went super well we even got them to draw story boards of their morning routine :)
But then we didn't have much to do again after that. ...
... rafting. Noah said OMG when the salad arrived, and the waiter - most adorable energy - said, not God, tuna.
Then Noah summited Everest (beer bottle). Youngest ever.
After supper the children and I went to get some things for the trip - sunglasses and inners for our sleeping bags. Fun to explore the town ...
... insect on it (at the time i thought it was a snake), I looked up and held my arm out to the person in front of me (Taylor), she immediately looked panicked and backed away from me. So i panicked big time. I stood up and started shaking my arm around, progressively more people ran away from me. Then I hit true Godzilla like style knocking over garden furniture trying to get it off. Finally it vanished and re-appeared on Krishna's top, Krishna simply flicked ...
... only a stones throw away. The food was always great, chosen at random consisting of a limited selection of: Chips and egg Some weird combination of pizza Rice and curry Various options of pasta And always with the magical healing powers of "honey/lemon/ginger tea". We stayed in tea houses that allow for a decent nights sleep on a comfortable enough bed. Ambar being the quiet slave driver that he is, discretely enforced a routine ...