Green Mansions Jungle Resort
Travel Blogs from Sauraha
... do some actual work! Laura and I were in charge of the blood pressure station! It was chaos! But I loved it!! We had some sweet school boys helping us translate and we taught them how to take blood pressure they were so clever and good at it! I just let them do all my work!! Probably my best day volunteering so far!! I got to go but will write again soon!! Love❤️ Ps.My room mate Christelle also left yesterday so room mate position is open if anyone is ...
... in the water and help scrub the elephant down? I wasn't really sure, but my guess was way off. The sun came out and the manager told me to be ready in half an hour. Okay! What do you wear to wash an elephant? Well, considering that it is culturally respectful to cover my knees and shoulders, a bathing suit was not an option. So, long shorts, baseball cap, and a t-shirt it was. A female elephant walked up the stone path towards me with ...
... heard for everything - even when we went looking for an internet cafe and ended up walking into someones' house, the owner moved out of the way and once we'd turned around he asked if he could help us. I hate to say it Canada but your kindness reputation has been trumped.
On our last night in Pokhara, we went out for a nice dinner, which consisted of me eating bruscetta bread while Kevan used the bathroom facilities. He was happy for the nice upgrade from ...
... look at the hotel pool before somewhat grumpily following the pack to the bus. Despite his short stature, Santa's pace was almost military, causing us to joke about left, right, left right and follow the leader. This visit to Chitwan would be no stroll in the park, clearly.
The traditional village had a bit of a staged feel about it, but Santa definitely seemed to know his birds. He got even more excited than we did when spotting them. Highlight for me were ...
... past each other. Which sounds dangerous, but the locals are
used to this, and drive slowly past each other. The one carriage road is what
really slows down the journey. The road is wide enough to be a two carriage
road, but one side of the road is concrete and the other side is simply dirt.
But not smooth or even; water has washed large pot holes into the surface which
are too big for the bus to drive over; which results in a low speed ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed