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Travel Blogs from Sauraha
... an hour and we ended up at the elephant breeding center, hot and sweaty once again. I was so exhausted that I had to force myself to take every step forward. On the bright side, an 11 month-old baby elephant came up to greet us allowing us to pet him. It felt like I was petting a hairbrush with wire-like bristles, similar to cat whiskers. You wouldn't think it but elephants are indeed covered with hair. Thankfully, after that we were given a good two hour break before ...
... though. We would highly recommend the walking safari over the Jeep safari as the guide gives you a much greater insight into animal behaviour as well as teaches you about the vegetation (even got to eat some non-poisonous wild berries...at least I hope they were safe....)
Rested for the rest of the day in the hammocks back at the lodge as it was far too hot to be doing anything.
Back in Kathmandu now then onto Tibet in the morning!
Until next time
Ann & ...
... to see that whilst just having a sandwich at lunchtime! I went to do some shopping in town and a local man taught me how to play a traditional Nepalese game. It involves tigers and goats an you have to jump over the goats to 'kill' them. I ended up beating him! People in Nepal are so friendly and hospitable. I went back to the hotel and our guide taught us how go play the sport 'kabaddi'. I didn't quite know what I ...
... went on an elephant safari. I rode on top of an elephant with 3 other people. We walked through the national park for 2 hours. I saw some spotted deer and a family of three one horned rhinos lounging in the water. I also saw a few monkeys during our walk but nothing cool about that. In the afternoon I went on a jeep safari further into the park. While driving along one of the roads another one horned rhino crossed the ...
... ride on her phone, haha. When we got there, we were welcomed with a drink and a nice lunch. Afterwards we got a tour around the village and got introduced to the native people of the region, the Tharu. They call themselves the people of the forest and are recognized as an official nationality by the Government of Nepal. In the evening we also saw a cultural programme of the Tharu people where they showed traditional ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed