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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Monalisa Sauraha
This is a wonderful place to stay. First and foremost the staff are so kind, friendly and helpful. Nothing is too much bother. The rooms are comfortable and spacious and the place is in a great location. I would definitely recommend this to anyone wishing to be comfortable and in a good location.
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The marking dogs were reminiscent of our bush camp in Kazbegi National Park. Along with the ceiling fan in the room below us combined to make it an awful night's sleep.
I got up early as I wanted to make sure I got some breakfast before we set off to Chitwan National Park. After four nights in Pokhara, getting back on the truck …
Even by the time I got up, it was already hot and humid. It seems that with the heat, I am constantly washing clothes. Having said that, the advantage is that they dry so quickly.
It was purely co-incidental (rather a sign) that my good friend Fadi e-mailed me saying,
"I noticed you wearing a `branded' Lacoste".
…Jean came to my window as king me where the music outside was coming from. I told her it was from the hotel next door s off we went to investigate. I blagged our way past the security guard. When we arrived, a number of the staff were dancing, shouting and screaming to the female version of "Gangham Style"!
It would have …
Short drive ahead of us today to Chitwan National Park. You can really tell you are now out of India, things are clean and toilets in the middle of nowhere are nice. However, what we did actually find out is if you don't pay for the loo then the attendant will follow you. Marty was followed back to the truck even though he did actually pay. Guess …
... of tourists pouring in hour by hour. A small handful of us instead found a cool place to sit and caught up on our adventures. We headed off to the elephant bathing pool not long after, where I was relieved to see the elephants playing around in the water free of their harnesses and giant saddles. Our group had the opportunity to swim with the elephants but I still couldn't bring myself to join in, knowing that the same money made from the swim continued to support the poor treatment ...