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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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... who have had to be helicoptered off the mountain. On our final night before Lukla there was a small group of French Canadians and the woman had terrible toothache ( but her legs worked...right?) they made the decision to take a chopper to KTM......then when I got back I discovered that one of the Aussie guys got sick just before they reached base camp and had to be medi-vaced out to KTM. The problem is you are so isolated and it is hard to get help quickly other than ...
... oppose to the normal one tablet and 30 minutes).
As you can imagine it was a pretty steep climb for most of the time as we had to gain a good 900 meters over about 6 km of distance, but sharing the backpack really made things easier and we reached the lake around 3 hours later.
The lake quite nice but we all were wondering if it was worth a three day detour. My initial idea to go for a quick dip in the lake was diminished when I saw the 80 meter ...
... sucking leeches! Argh! It was gross, and quite freaky at first. We were not being big girls blouses, as Shiva was also pretty reluctant to get covered in the dreaded blood suckers, so we picked up the pace – I can’t believe how quickly we walked/ran to get out of there, and didn’t stop once to have a drink or catch our breath. The man in the last village who gave us the magic pouches for our journey was a life saver, well ok an ankle saver! The pouches ...
... black forrest cake at Baht Betani, the shopping centre near Mahendrapool, for less than $10AUD; it was huge. Linda was also kind enough to pick up some soft drinks; another rare treat the kids don't see often. We spent the afternoon blowing up tonnes of balloons, having balloon wars and gorging ourselves on cake and soft drink, all of which the kids devoured in seconds. Before I knew it, it was time to leave. The kids all gave me big hugs and blessings with red ...
... off school this week, again. We celebrated at the nestling home with a dance party, jumping about for hours until the power annoyingly cut out. I've attached a fun video of the kids jumping around, dancing and generally just having a great time. Traditionally, Teej Festival celebrates the women of higher castes in society, it represents sisterhood and the accomplishment of finding and keeping a happy and healthy husband. The event is marked by community-wide dances, celebrations ...