We got a day to explore the city before heading back to Kathmandu, but I would have liked to spend more time there. There was so much to do in Pokhara, but we were all so wiped from the trek it was all we could do to muster the energy to take a bumpy cab ride up to the World Peace Pagoda, pearched high on a hill overlooking the city. The Pagoda was beautiful, but it honestly had nothing on the 360⁰ view of the Pokhara Valley, which was just stunning.
If I had just one more day I would have loved to have gone zip-lining or caving. Pokhara also offers paragliding, which seems to be a very popular activity, among so many other adventures like kayaking or canoeing on the lake. Of course, you could also choose to take Peggy and Graham's route and do a full spa day.
If and when I ever return to Nepal, Pokhara will definitely be my home base, instead of Kathmandu. It is a much cleaner and all around fun place to be in and around.
Our goodbye with OneSeed came the following day back in Kathmandu, when we had dinner with the whole crew on a rooftop overlooking Patan's Dubar Square. We reminisced over our favorite trekking memories, and were presented with scarfs and clay banks from the OneSeed team. I am really going to miss everyone from my trekking family. <3 You All - Peggy, Graham, Kate, Jeremy, Liz, Kale, Meena, Lal, Keshar, D-Pak, Bishnu, and Tek.