Pokhara is only good for viewing mountains and peering in awe deep down into the wonder of Seti river gorge.
Not good for living despite its best and temperate climate.
Because electricity is never regular here. It’s always been intermittent except for load-shedding months. You can hardly have a few hours with steady power supply in Pokhara in rainy months when, ironically, load-shedding is supposed to come to naught.
Because of this irregular and intermittent supply of electricity, there’s always chances of damaged electrical/electronics equipments and other home appliances. What if I sue fucking NEA as some of my equipments have been partially or completely damaged (cos of this irregular power supply)?!
NEA motherfuckers in Pokhara must have been behind this.