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  • Pokhara to KathmanduSeptember 27th Pokhara to Kathmandu, Nepal As we left, we were just leaving Pokhara, when KK said “Stop the car” and we realised the cloud had lifted, giving glorious views of the Annapurnas. They were not easy to photo, but look Posted by PetersF in Himalayas Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet | Jun 13, 2021
  • Pokhara and SarangotSeptember 26th Nepal: Pokhara (our anniversary) We woke very early and took the car at once to drive through Pokhara and up to Sarangkot in the dark. We drove up the winding hill to the makeshift car park, then walked up Posted by PetersF in Himalayas Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet | Jun 13, 2021
  • Kathmandu to PokharaSeptember 25th Kathmandu to Pokhara We were up fairly early as requested and soon set off for Pokhara. Initially we made good time, and then.... we were in a massive traffic jam to go up and over the pass. Finally, we Posted by PetersF in Himalayas Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet | Jun 13, 2021
  • Pokhara, NepalPokhara Located in central Nepal in the Himalayan region, Pokhara is second largest city in terms of population. A very popular region for trekking to the Annapurna region where 3 of the highest mountains in the world are located. [img=https://photos. Posted by ilovenewjersey in Adventures by ilovenewjersey | Oct 6, 2019
  • My temporary life in urban Nepal==Who doesn't love a wedding?!== It seems to be wedding season here in Nepal, and after exchanging fascinating tidbits about wedding customs with my local elder brother, I was delighted to be asked to my very first Nepali wedding; a Hindu Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 10, 2018
  • Morning in Pokhara Before moving on to Pohara, I "lost" a couple of photos from Chitwan and our Journey from Chitwan. Fortunately "lost" does nor REALLY mean lost, just misplaced in many gigabytes of pixels Posted by wangard in Bob and Chris | Oct 14, 2017
  • My temporary life in urban NepalIt has turned out to be a happy accident that I’ve found myself living in Gaurighat, Lakeside, on this visit to Nepal. I really like my street, and I love the neighbourhood. [center] [ Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Nov 19, 2016
  • My temporary life in urban NepalBack in Nepal to spend more time at the village school, I’ve decided to base myself in Pokhara and commute each day. There were many different considerations, and it’s a decision not taken lightly, least of all because of the Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Oct 25, 2016
  • Annapurna circuit Trek Annapurna circuit Trek is one of the world famous trekking destinations of the globe which is appreciated especially by international bodies. Nowadays the travel adventure to Hi Posted by njadhi in Nepal Planet Trek Travel Adventures | Apr 12, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalThere was no forward plan, but as it turns out, I’ve been going to Pokhara each weekend while I’ve been living in Kalabang, and each of those times, it has been a welcome break from the intensity of village life. School Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Apr 11, 2016
  • Fishtail and Monkey Tale[b]Tuesday 4-10-1966 When I got up this morning the cloud was almost gone and finally I had a superb view of the mountains. Only Annapurna itself was still clouded in, but the Lamjung Himal and Machapuchare (Fishtail) were tremendously clear in Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Nov 6, 2015
  • PokharaSunday 2-10-1966 [b]I woke early but the mountains were clouded in so I went back to bed. They stayed blanketed all day, unlike me. After breakfast, the sun came out so we decided to do a bit of local exploring and Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Nov 3, 2015
  • Ramdighat to Boombri[b]Wednesday 28-9-1966 We were dragged out of bed in the pre-dawn darkness, quickly packed, had no time for a wash and were off at first light. We crossed a long suspension bridge over the gorge and started to climb. It Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Oct 24, 2015
  • Tansen to Ramdighat[b]Tuesday 27-9-1966 By the time we rose in the morning Kham Bir had already been examined and had been given some pills to deal with what had been diagnosed as ‘wind’. He seemed to be feeling somewhat better and had agreed Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Oct 24, 2015
  • Walking to Pokhara[i]The climax of this overland journey back across Asia was to be our return visit to Nepal, a country we had been enthusiastic about since our original encounter with it in 1964. In London we had joined the Britain/Nepal Society, Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Oct 23, 2015
  • The beginningSo first few days were an exciting busy colourful experience in Kathmandu.  Journey to Delhi was relatively easy, although stupid custom people thought I was Sarah's mother, not a great confidence booster to start the trip! Then typical Sarah lost her Posted by tessalomas in Nepal | Oct 15, 2015
  • Chitwan-Pokhara - Day 16We got back on our bus for the journey to Pokhara, which was about 4 hours or so. Once again it was a beautiful drive through the green mountains, winding our way up and down. We arrived just before lunch Posted by RaeRae8183 in The Trip of a Lifetime 2015 | May 25, 2015
  • Ernie Goes to Nepal Pt. 1[center][/center] I had moved to Hong Kong in 2009, in part so that I could see the world, but a year had nearly come and gone and I still didn't have much traveling to show f Posted by ErnieHK in Ernie Goes | Mar 12, 2015
  • Pretty Perfect PokharaWe arrived in Pokhara after a week of farming, getting chased by rhinos and treacherously hot weather. It was definitely a welcomed change. We were fed up of Daal Bhat for every meal and ready to be tourists again. We Posted by amiee1992 in Off to see the world | Apr 28, 2014
  • Shopping in PokharaFirst things first... Money! [float=right][/float]Money: Pokhara's lakeside is lined with innumerable ATMs and money changers. But be aware that most Nepali banks Posted by sidtim in Wanderlust Me | May 10, 2013
  • On top of the world in Nepal“NAMASTE”. This is probably the first and last word that you will hear and use when you visit Nepal. It means “hello”, “goodbye”, “good morning”, “good afternoon” or “good evening”. This greeting is spoken with the hands together as Posted by slowwalker in Keep walking! | Jul 1, 2008
  • Same-same but different, in NepalI first saw the slogan "Same-Same but Different" on tourist t-shirts in Cambodia and it has stuck. In all travels, I inevitably compare the new country to home and undoubtedly find its "SSBD" "Same-Same but Different", in Nepal [b]SSBD #1 Tr Posted by sidtim in Wanderlust Me | Apr 13, 2013
  • Nepal===Kathmandu=== We started our walking tour of the city, through the old part, the bazaar and the Durbar Square area, passing some large fruit bats in a tree. Kathmandu is chaotic, but seems less so than Delhi, to which it bears Posted by Chris Cox in Nepal | Dec 3, 2012
  • "Incredible India"I have to admit, I haven't been very good at bathing in this bucket lately. Our last few weeks in India were emotionally draining as India's in-your-face culture, sights, colors, smells and sounds can be taxing on the senses. Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Apr 5, 2012
  • Four Reasons to Visit NepalNumber 1 – The Trekking I imagine that trekking is the first connection people make when thinking about Nepal. It’s true, the treks here can take you to the highest peaks or the highest passes, through villages, through changing landscapes Posted by Lis.L in Let's Go Get Lost | Mar 23, 2012
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