Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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Travel Blogs from Sauraha
... Nepali rum), a bottle of Nepal Ice beer, a bottle of Coke to go with the rum and some shampoo.
Later in the day, I meet up with Munu; she asks me if I have purchased some alcohol – I had been spotted bringing it into the bungalow. I tell her "Yes." She then tells me that it is a government rule that alcohol is forbidden in school grounds. My glumness returns. In my exploration I hadn’t spotted a single bar to get a ...
... A short bike ride past mud hut style housing with shelters for buffalo, chickens goats running around and lots of children running out and shouting namaste and waving. Some did have satellite dishes and a few houses were 2 story and made from bricks. The road sides were very clean and the scenic backdrop a visual delight. We arrived at the river crossing which was a surprise and a ranger just told us to leave the bikes, they will be ok. The river ...
... br> These afternoon adventures, which were going to consist of the elephant safari, almost didn't happen. About an hour before we were due to head out an almighty rain storm erupted, flooding the grounds of the hotel we're staying in and threatening to stop our planned trip. Thus far, despite it being monsoon season, we have been very lucky with the weather but this storm made up for it! It also brought the leeches out from hiding which didn't help, though I ...
... the river where numerous open air bars vie for the trade of people sitting in deck chairs and on benches watching the sun set over the park. A truly idilic end to the day, drinking Nepalese beer, chatting to our travelling companions like they were old friends and watching the sun go down. Even a lizard falling on my head couldn't spoil the mood. Kellie says: Zzzzzzzzzzzz (she's fast asleep at present.) Random things to fall on David's head: bird poo; a ...
... after his birth. The original temple is now a ruin and in 2009 a simple brick temple was erected over the birth place. Many monks make a pilgrimage to the site and spend days praying in the grounds. Many countries have built a temples around the birth place of Lord Buddha, including china, France, Germany and Korea. There are many being built but most half finished, including all the roads and paths. It's a massive project which I hope one ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed