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Travel Blogs from Pokhara
After 14 days of trekking it was nice to just chill out in Pokhara, with it's nice coffee shops and restaurants.
Unfortunately it was misty all the time so didn't see the amazing mountain view!
Comme prevu, le reveil sonne a 6h, avec Pel regardons par la fenetre et voyons que le temps est couvert, donc decidons de rester au lit jusqu'a 7h, ca tombe bien il fait tres tres froid, et il faut savoir que les chambres ne sont pas chauffees ici au Nepal.... A 7 h rebelotte, reardons a nouveau par la fenetre, toujours couvert, donc moi je reste …
... hands. Now the river was raging and while all this was going on some boats and passed at some speed and bounced off the torrents with some violence, well we did want the plus four river I did know what that meant but there are six grades one being the lowest. Wikipedia defines a grade four as.... Grade 4: Whitewater, medium waves, maybe rocks, maybe a considerable drop, sharp maneuvers may be needed. (Skill level: whitewater experience) Not many of us had any ...
Landslides and new friends
It's time to return to Kathmandu after more than ten days in the remote villages of the Annapurna. For our way back to the capital, we decide not to rush things and spend one night in Pokhara, a town famous for being the springboard for many treks in the region, and admired for its’ beautiful lakeside views. To leave Marpha, we walk to the edge of the town, where we can catch a bus. The ticketing office is closed, but a small shop ...
... We limped on, calling it a day in Chame.
Highlights of the day
¨ View of the snow capped mountains of Annapurna II from our lodge in Tamang before we set out for the day
¨ Hot pools (if you could call them that!) in Chame all to ourselves
¨ Popcorn & masala in our guesthouse in Chame