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... way back we got the sight we were hoping for as the boat pulled up very close to a pack of elephants. There is certainly something special about seeing them in the wild doing their own thing rather than in a zoo. Later that evening we ended up at a place called the "better bakery". The better bakery it was as we had 2 chicken rolls, 2 chicks puffs, 3 coffees and a range of takeaway cakes for just £1.10! Well deserved after the miles of walking all ...
made the long bus ride to kumily it took around 8/9 hrs on the public bus was a great ride with lots to see along the way but was a little long.we booked a walk into the wild life sanctuary to hopefully see some elephants or a tiger but none where sited did see a print though spotted a mongoose some deer and many different birds did a paddle along the water on a bamboo ...
... so we where really lucky. One was a large female & the other a male about 5 years old with tusks. We managed to get some good pictures but the guides said to not get too close as they often charge at humans, and are quite antisocial!! Around 1:30 we broke off for lunch by the lake. The view was great.Our food bags where quite interesting! They had four slices of bread each with one cheese slice?!? about 5 various cakes each, fruit & mango juice. The ...
Woke at 8 after a warm fitful night, fire flies crickets, music, dogs. Breakfast at 8:30 then a walk around the rubber plantation then a ride in a tuk tuk around the village to see monuments to family members, school, church. Feel a bit organised okay nod reluctant to visit anymore Catholic Churches, we drove past what looked like a Hindu ...
... a show out of it, screaming to each other’s no to make noise 'cause it could be dangerous.
The package in a whole was very poor and disappointed even if we were lucky to spot some elephants. Probably we felt that after having experienced an amazing time in Nepal at Chitwan Park. This felt like a waste of money (it was expensive) and time (taking us 3 days to get there, do the safari and get out).