Twin Peaks Gurung Family Hotel

Phewa Lake Pardi, Pokhara, Nepal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pokhara

Poon Hill Trek - Day 1

A travel blog entry by elcapitan


... with local school children who - though sweating just as much as us - have to make this walk every afternoon. Before we knew it, we had arrived in Ulleri, the town high above the clouds where we would stay the night. Oddly enough, after weaving our way through the narrow cobblestone paths, we found that what was supposed to be our guest house for the night, was abandoned. After conferring with neighbors, Bijaya deduced that the family had gone into town for ...

Behind Nepal's impelling facade..

A travel blog entry by lessues


... strike you in Kathmandu's main centre is the chaotic streets, pollution and constant beeping of horns where merely any traffic regulations are implemented. Each car or bike squeeze into any space they find, be it along the road, side walk, or the pavement, be on guard if you're walking anywhere nearby, especially in the smaller streets.

The first time I was there was in November, I lived with a local family in a small town called Dallu, a 25 ...

Nepali Magic

A travel blog entry by wadester


... have to go that way! It was a challenging and sometimes a little scary but eventually we made it down to Tatopani.

What was amazing about this section was we were coming into more low level lands so you can see the changes in the landscape and also the people. it was incredibly beautiful, much more lush greens and browns, more vegetation. The people were living in less harsh conditions, clothes there wear are different, colours different and the ...

Jhinu Danda - Tolka

A travel blog entry by wojtekn2


Dziś kolejny, już przdostatni skok do Tolki z szczytowym punktem w Deurali. Lubię to miejsce (tym bardziej ze dziś zakupiłem tu fajny pledzik z wełny Jaka kupiony u uchodźców tybetańskich ). A tak, to typowy ...

Ride to Dhampus

A travel blog entry by deolali


... time. Having sorted that out I jumped on the bike and headed for Dhampus, the hamlet where the Trekkers set out for Annapurna base camp. I reached a point on the road where my Garmin sat nav told me to turn right up a steep flight of stone steps, so I thought for a moment that I was snookered, but a bit further down the road I found an unmarked two wheel track that a local indicated I should follow. After 6 ...


This hotel, located on Phewa Lake Pardi, Pokhara, is near Fewa Tal, Phewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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