- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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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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... street, several restaurants and bars light up the street, music coming out of a couple of them. Suddenly the street is plunged into darkness and silence, another power cut. Fortunately our restaurant must have a generator, others are not so fortunate and candle light is the only form of illumination in the dark.
Electricity, something else that we take for granted. Out here however it's temperamental at best, and power cuts are part and parcel of everyday ...
... were all learning to play volleyball!). "And who are the other 3 women who are with you?" "They are also assistant guides?" And, so, the lesson began after all, but of course it meant starting from scratch again! I'll eventually get in step with the culture! I had a beautiful but unexpected hike this morning. I had hiked up to the top of the ridge behind my guesthouse as I do almost every morning pre-dawn and, just as I was rounding a corner I could see two persons in ...
... and most do not seem willing to barter. So, we only ended up buying a card that I will frame and a Christmas ornament for our tree next year.
We decided to eat dinner at Moon Dance again. We were seated inside the door, but next to the open fire place, so it was not too chilly. Bill had a tandoori chicken pizza and I had pan-fried fish. We enjoyed our meal, but did not eat a lot since we had such a late lunch.
... improvising. We found a small square grate that we propped up using the two picks, got some rope and looped it around a few times to create a rough sort of filter. Batch and I shovelled it through onto sacks while Alicia sat behind and picked out sizeable rocks while the crew carted out and replaced the sacks. We worked an hour or so overtime and it was dark when we finished but dinner was ready and we had an hour of work less the next day so that's always a benefit. ...
... The backdrop pretty special but the platform was icy and slippery, and the whole time Jules, Jasna and I are telling him to be quick, goodness knows if they'll be useable.
Breakfast and masala tea, repack and away by 9ish to continue our big day on to Tadapani.
Lots of down through rhododendron forests and then lots and lots of up, and then some more down. Sujann gave me his walking stick, which was a huge help on the down, it was muddy and steep, lots of ...