Super View Lodge and Restaurant
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... mornings and evenings are chilly but the consistent sunshine makes the days as warm as an English summer. From the Nepali people who are just emerging from winter, wrapped up in coats and hats, we received constant stares of disbelief at our shorts and t shirt attire.
Besides relaxation, the main activity in Pokhara is paragliding; the sky up by the Sarangkot
viewpoint is littered with colourful parachutes most ...
... far behind us. They decided to split one day trek to Ghasa into two. " Let's walk together now. Don't walk so spread out" Kishanji told everyone. " why?" I asked " this forest has tigers and bears" "Don't joke" I did not want to believe jovial Kishanji. "Saachai ho" (it's true) he said with a straight face! "Thanks! That's all we needed to face after all this!!" I started to walk slow as hours grew by. Kishanji walked by me. I told him story of Prince Dikpal - a prince ...
... view of how large pokhara (the 2nd largest city) was, the full view of the lake phewa against the backdrop of the 140km Himalayan mountains of Annapurna mountains.
The stupa was built by japanese in honour of Buddha birth place. And was restored after having been destroyed before. Now it looks nice and pristine white adding a nice part to the skyline.
We then visited the David's fall - so named after a Dutch couple fell in ...
Our first day back in pokhara was a relaxed one. We all organised to visit the Tibetan refugee camp, where we got to learn about the history of how these inspiring people live. We got to visit the carpentry centre, where we saw the women turning wool into thread, and then turning thread into magnificent rugs. These rugs get sold in the refugee camp, and profits are put towards the ...
... came on the second evening, when we went for dinner at the Pokhara Gurkha Restaurant. I ordered a steak. When it arrived, it just did not taste right. After eating a bit of it, and a few others trying it as well, the plate went back to the Chef. I could not believe the answer that came back. One of their two fridges was not working properly, and they agreed that the meat was not right!!! I was simply asked if I wanted them to cook me another ...