Hotel Fewa Holiday Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
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... At the end of the day , each grade had a turn on parts of the play yard that we had completed. The slide never did make the destination today nor did 2 swings, parallel bars, tire swings. Or sensory item. We have seen children very hesitant about climbing the ladder as they did not know what it was. The swings were also a bit of a scary experience until they swung a couple of times and the joy that spread across their face was priceless, The sounds that came from Ayussh as ...
... they can point at and then add into a sentence to get their idea across. The wood for the playground arrived. The wood had to be shaved down from whole logs, planed, notched etc, we are in the process if sanding down all the pieces which will take us most of the day..two will work with the children in the morning and then two in the afternoon so a nice compliment of health care and construction. Everyone has managed to stay bug free , and by this I mean intestinal as well ...
... middle of the cave is a huge and damp cavern where rain falls on you. The cavernous tunnel continues all the way to a roaring waterfall which is actually Devi's Falls! All directly under the street that I was just waiting on.
Bus to Old Pokhara
Feeling adventurous, I boarded a public bus that took me all the way to Bagar. An hour later, I was wandering without a map and blindly stumbled into ...
... or crying when not at his mother's breast. He does not have a name that we know of - they just refer to him as 'baboo'. The older sisters are angels in comparison but their time will come in their teen age years. Where the father is happens to be anyone's guess but it is part of the culture that domestic chores do not fall on the father's shoulders.
Watching this plus the influx of new tourists into Pokhara which started to make the ...
... best part and of course that is the free fall! Would I do it again? Of course, however I would opt for the acrobatics tour instead.
Unfortunately my time in Pokhara was less than what I would have spent had I not booked a trek to the quickly diminishing area know as Tibet. This was a difficult decision as there was so much adventure to be had within Nepal's borders, including a much desired trek of the Anapurna circuit along with about another ...