Forest Rest House
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... the bus who thankfully helped us order food that evening... Thank goodness and we enjoyed a lovely meal with them.
As we continue on our journey the staring and photographs are increasing whilst the number of westerners decreases.
Not to say too much but the toilet experiences have been hilarious often accompanied by an unexpected visitor... Be it bugs, cockroaches or even a hissing monkey alongside the lack if loo roll. Safe to say its a sharp learning ...
... concession, but the vast majority of Asan is closed to people. There are ample places to bird watch from the shoreline. In fact, this was one of the locations throughout the state that hosted the Utterakhand Spring Bird Festival this past February.
This trip was another great opportunity to learn about how another Protected Area is being managed and to add to our growing list of birds observed during our time in the country.
Corbett Tiger ...
... returned to school, more food had and a tour of Gunjan's house it was then time to depart and say our goodbyes, the drum begun to play and we made our way to the top with Rhi holding Gunjan's hand along the way. We were warmly farewelled and again made promises to return again one day.... With so much love, warmth and gratitude shared today we again as always were reminded that those who have so little are the ones that give so ...
Today was going to be a good day; we knew this as we were greeted outside of our balcony by a stunning view of snow capped mountains with the sun shining upon them. The day had finally arrived, the day we both got to meet with our sponsor children Shanu (Leah's) and Gunjan (Rhi's) . After filling in some paperwork and meeting with Aashish and his other world vision colleagues who were travelling with us to the villages the children were from, we were on ...
... us with a guide to the forest and a good guitarist. We all including these locals were stunned and spell bound. We enjoyed the music till it was jade dark. We wound up our stuff and made sure not to pollute the forest. We quickly reached to the resort.
The evening was spent sharing our panther sight to all and everyone we met. Kids were thrilled and we were just going with the time, how great it was.
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Zero Garjia, Corbett | Hotelfrom $75
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Ranikhet Road, Corbett | 3 star hotelfrom $45
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