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TravelPod Member ReviewsNanohana Lodge Pokhara
A very nice guesthouse at the less jazzy end of town. Five minute walk from the lake. Very good service. Great views of the Himalayas, when clouds permit.
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... was very weird after 10 days trekking to get in a bus, saying goodbye to our porters and talking about wearing clean clothes ;-). That last one actually, I was lacking so impart directly to town with a few of my fellow travellers and went on a search for new (cheap) clothes to wear ! Some of us also went for the Trekkers ...
... t allowed his laptop for health reasons, yet could not wash his hands due to a lack of water. He also could not eat, as food is not provided & he had no cash. The poor guy sounded in a bad way.
Think I'll just fly home if ought happens to me (touch wood)...
Towards the end of our little chat, I noticed that a large film crew were filming us, from the path between us & the lake! They had tracks set up, and large tinfoil covered screens, and 2 cameras. ...
... me out.
As a result I slept like a baby through the night. The food was plentiful and extremely tasty. Although the cost of the meal was almost the cost of my 2 nights accommodation, I didn't care. I ate and drank greedily. I was conscious that my appetite remained from the trekking days but now I'd be doing much less physical activity so I needed to curb my eating. I decided I'd only spoil myself for the next 2 ...
... hearts' content! Everything tasted amazing after the arduous hike, and the sweetness of my Marsala chai was comforting. We ate merrily as the sun dried our drenched shirts on our backs. Another colour fight ensued after lunch. Thank goodness we'd had enough sunlight today to guarantee a hot shower later to wash off the colours.
We ascended the mountain after lunch. My legs reluctantly picked themselves up and they ...
... with me getting increasingly frustrated and swearing about the fact that we had packed not one, not two, but three torches on this trip and here we were stumbling around up a mountain in the dark with no light and no clue how far we were supposed to be going or what our ultimate destination was. A viewpoint, presumably? So we kept plodding upward (barely seeing a soul en route) until after around an hour we came upon a multitude of noisy tourists up on the peak, and ...