Hotel Trekkers Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Back in Pokhara after trekking to Annapurna Base Camp. It was a great trek, beautiful awe inspiring mountains, but decidedly more difficult and demanding than expected and come to think of it probably the longest backpacking trip I've done. We were out a total of 12 days and hiked 5 to 8-9 hours a day. The trail was quite steep and a lot of the …
... days then leave for Delhi to fly home,. We are hoping that this is the last squat toilet we encounter. For those of us who do yoga it is fine, but if you have a hard time squatting , then you will have an even harder time balancing,,nothing like having to use the commode, after the children as they go as one to the porcelain hole and really do not aim. Water is used to slosh the floor .There is a definite knack to trying this while holding up your pants or skirt so they do no ...
... needs children. Roshton is a petite 4 year old who is mute. He can hear but does not speak . He enjoys any stimulus he can put in his mouth and can be found licking the steel support beams if not watched carefully..his parents also lock him up . He is or has been abused and is often seen regressing into his own world . He can initiate play. Today he did not want to interact with the kids during exercise. We started to play a game of hide and seek around some of the ...
... fenced view to a deep gorge where apparently two Canadian tourists died when the ground gave way many years ago.
No World Peace
I left the venue and crossed path with a gutsy Ramona from Germany, who just arrived on a push bike from Lakeside. Together we checked out the nearby Tibetan Refugee Settlement (no thanks to China) before we parted ways for different directions.
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We knew it was time to leave Pokhara. After two months in this lovely mountain oasis things were just starting to break down. The power in Pokhara is good for only about six to eight hours a day but now it was becoming even more inconsistent. The internet in our hotel was almost completely dead and the manager was showing no inclination to fix it. Even the fan in our room was beginning to give up the ghost. On the front side of our ...