Twin Peaks Gurung Family Hotel

Address: Phewa Lake Pardi, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Phewa Lake Pardi, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Poon Hill and Ghorepani to Tarapani

A travel blog entry by bourkeclan on Apr 28, 2015

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... got there. As Fiona was a nurse, she was asked for help. The toe was badly broken with the bone protuding. With what she could muster from our first aid kits, Fiona cleaned and bandaged the foot. Tristan donated a sock to keep her foot clean. The grandmother laughed and said in Nepalese that Fiona didn't need to clean the foot as the sock would do the job. Tough love out here! The young girl didn't cry or scream but let a cloth against her mouth to contain the pain. ...

Off to Talakot Remote Mountain Village!

A travel blog entry by on Apr 16, 2015


... or I was short of breathy from the fear :) no seatbelts no guard rails...but it was exhilarating to say the least and again all we could do was laugh and take videos. We winded through the most serene picturesque view I had ever seen and then appeared a small quaint little village....ahhhhh life is grand I thought. How lucky I am to be here and to serving these people. I couldnt wait to see the health outpost and meet the family ...

Holi Cow

A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 24, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... of singing and jamming involving guitars, drums and ukeleles being passed around from person to person ensued with the guys from the guesthouse. I could feel myself getting a bit too comfortable in this place, let's call it Goa syndrome, so decided to go and get my trekking permit which would allow me to get in to the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal's famous trekking region, right among the Himalayan mountains, north of Pokhara. Despite not having any of the recommended pre-requisites; ...

Welcome to Bat Country

A travel blog entry by gexandthecity on Mar 22, 2015

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... in a while. That is, until I arrived. The path was at times only a few inches wide before a sheer cliff drop and at other times was completely over grown. It was, the whole way though, fairly ******* dangerous. Eventually making it off the mountain, I got back to Bandipur and celebrated being both back in civilisation, and alive, with a bowl of noodles on the main/only street. Taking in the surroundings, the dogs sun bathing on the cobbled street and women selling fruit out of ...

The road to Pokhara

A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Mar 11, 2015

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... Australia for this trip) and saw that it was a temple dedicated to female force, Shakti. Shakti is the Hindu mother goddess who is the origin of universal creativity and power. I'm all about the worship and celebration of woman and creativity! Entering the tiny temple: Shoes off - check Offering to shrine - check Bow/ touch shrine & make wishes - check Get blessed by the man in the small temple - check! (Getting blessed involves a red, powdered substance ...

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