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TravelPod Member ReviewsBansbari Lodge Manas National Park
This is a wonderful place to stay. First and foremost the staff are so kind, friendly and helpful. Nothing is too much bother. The rooms are comfortable and spacious and the place is in a great location. I would definitely recommend this to anyone wishing to be comfortable and in a good location.
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Travel Blogs from Manas National Park
Tea plantations under the jungle canopy; tall, thin palm trees; the head of a goat on a butcher's board; huge piles of long, thin bamboo trunks; coconut palms; monkeys on the side of the road eating bananas; huge bamboo tress; huts and farms at the edge of the jungle; distant Himalayan foothills; a lovely blue and grey bird perched on an electric wire; cows grazing on a village football fields; rusted, abandoned lorries under the jungle ...
Today we would be climbing to 4,700 metres above sea level. The start of the trek was beautiful and again we were blessed with sunshine. It was a 4 hour climb to the Nyelea Pass (4695m) I had to plug myself in to my iPod Nano and play something loud and rocky to get me up the steep incline… Led Zeppelin's 'How the West was Won' did the trick! It was thoroughly exhausting! I find myself breathing in deeply through the nose and out through my ...
What to say about today…. glorious sunshine and a welcome rest from trekking. While the archery contest continued with much gusto, song and dance, Mr Khaki and I enjoyed pottering around the camp, basking in the sunshine and enjoying the majestic mountain scenery. Jhomalhari glacier is breathtaking and I sat making some felt by the river and later needle felted a sunbird on to one of my hats. Sono was very kind about my efforts and later a crowd gathered around me to ...
Now 13 strong, we headed off to the Bhutanese border. Along the way we stopped at a small village market. Within moments we attracted a large crowd of onlookers who were very curious about from where we came. It was a matter of dueling cameras. They took pictures of us while we took ones of them.
Just before crossing into Bhutan, we stopped to have a box lunch among the tea plants. Assam, the state we were in, is known for its tea. The women, always women, ...
Leaving Khaling behind, we continued on the narrow roads in eastern Bhutan. We headed for Wamrung, Sigmunds birthplace. Later on, we visited the hospital in Riserbo, the hospital where Solveig and Andreas used to work.
Jigme wanted to take us to his village, Ongchilo.
- Its just 9 km from the main road, besides if it rains, we can not go. And the road is brand new. We got it last year, after the earthquake. Good it doesn't rain.
After a few ...