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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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... stopping to move out the way of the horses, goats and mules occasionally charging down. Following the never ending steps down, winding past houses and through rice paddies, I got to a bridge at the bottom of the valley crossing over the most impressive stretch of river yet. Unfortunately this deep descent (which was a bit of a knee killer anyway) meant an equally steep ascent up the other side (an equally bad calf muscle killer). Luckily though, it was almost straight up to the top ...
... my suspicion as to what the pillar was for when he explained that every morning a goat is tethered to it then sacrificed to the Goddess, Kali, who then has the fresh blood placed on the tongue of her statue. Incase you couldn't already tell, Kali is the bad ass of the deities among the Hindu pantheon. I asked if the animals that are sacrificed are eaten, and he explained the meat is shared around so I suppose that's OK, especially in a country where most people can't afford to ...
... shores of Phewa Lake. The stupa is 115ft tall and sits 1100 meters above sea level. Slipping my shoes off, I ascend the stairs of the shrine and proceed to walk clockwise around the base of the massive white bell stupa (Worship of a stupa consists of walking around the monument in the clockwise direction). The shrine is the perfect vantage point, offering views of Phewa Lake, Pokhara City and on a clear day like today, the snowy Annapurna ranges. I relished the ...
... absolutely mushroomed. Yesterday, I was taken into the kitchen - not good. I was asked to put together a plan for having it entirely cleaned, and that has dovetailed nicely with writing job descriptions, along with a detailed list of duties, for all staff. Surprisingly, this is a new concept in Nepali culture, so I have been learning how to negotiate through the cultural minefields - with great help and support from Archana and the 3 Sisters. Already, there is a palpable ...
... for a couple days, so i went wild and boiled the kettle to have a hot wash with! I went to the computer place and typed up all the first aid session plans and added the final touches to the first 3 leaflets, printing it all to show the others. We went to a small gathering where Sajeena gave a short speech and invited people to the CAD on saturday. We had a meeting with the health post lady where she went over all the sessions and the resources. I made noodles for everyone it ...