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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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... looking at pictures and not really being sure what they were!
Anyway, we had a lovely meal, but there was lots left over as one of the dishes Bhim ordered came out in a huge tureen and looked like it was supposed to be for about 10 people!!
Sorry for the lack of pictures - all were taken on my phone which then promptly wiped them!! There were some great shots of our Tungba bar too.....think it may have been the tungba that helped wipe ...
In the afternoon, we made good progress, Shiva likes to walk
very fast! Earlier than planned we arrived at the next sleeping place, Tadapani
(2721m above sea level) This was again a cluster of tourist lodges, all pretty
much the same, and probably some years ago offering a really grand stop off,
but I think with time, and an abundance of damp wet weather they did now need
some tlc. I will however say that it did offer us the first ...
... local children walking with their parents, catching a quick glance at the strange white guy and nervously saying 'hello', asking my name and where I am from (in that precise order every time), then seeming stunned and unable to speak when I respond in Nepali; the sometimes visible, massive snow-capped mountains in the distance; the smell of cookies being baked in the local cookie factory; women carrying bales of grass on their head, with a bale to body ratio that ...
... could improve the program at the school . We will continue to share our ideas but also are aware there is a fine line between offering this and coming across as arrogant. One example is Nikkita,, Nikitta has Spina Bifida and is paralyzed to some degree along her spine,,we think it is very low as her legs do know seem to be atrophied. She can also sit as we do and with her hands cross her legs. Her mother is always busy and there for does not show up for Friday ...
... sniff or drugs. It is hard not to give them some money but instead we will invite them to lunch to eat and have a meal. Even giving them a box of crackers or bread has been advised against. If they receive a new item they just go to the store and sell it back to the store owner for money ,,so if we do this we are to make sure the food item is opened before giving it to them. Nepal is the 10th poorest country in the world and it is evident in the infrastructure, education system ...