Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... call came around early before sunrise, my room mate and I opted to snooze till 4:45am and then it was onto the jeep and into the jungle we went, armed with our rain jackets for the looming monsoon clouds fast approaching on the horizon. I had decided to brave it with just my Salomon riding shell and a hat for protection..... To be clear, I did have other kit on as well:) We drove for around 15 minutes to the entrance of the Chitwan National Park. ...
... between Kathmandu and Pokhara, but I was quickly educated. Once we left the main "highway" for lack of a better word, we found ourselves on a semi-paved, almost two-way road. We must have had at least 3-4 close calls with oncoming trucks within the first hour alone, not to mention the beautiful, yet exceedingly perilous, views over the cliff-side only a few inches away. I have come to the conclusion that it's not law that rules these roads, but impatience and hard-headedness. Time ...
... through a monkey village. I saw close to 15 different monkeys all running up and down trees, some with baby's on their back. I was so hypnotized it was hard to get any pictures-sorry mom! Although I didn't get pictures, I will treasure the image for a long, long time. We traveled through the cool jungle, even though the sweat-o-meter was still a high 10, until we came across something even cooler, a wild rhino. I mean how many of you can say you saw a wild rhino while ...
... one elephant and rode it to the river. The elephant dunked under the water and flipped to one side and tossed us all off into the river. We then gave the elephant a scrub with smooth rocks and he really seemed to enjoy it. We took turns holding the elephant's ears as he put his trunk under our feet and lifted us up so we could climb over his head onto his back. Luke struggled slightly so the elephant tipped George and I off again and we ...
... a lot of rhesus macaque monkeys, spotted deer and several one-horned rhinos
of which there are a lot in the park. We stopped at a lake and saw two marsh
mugger crocodiles. We also saw a lot of different kinds of birds including a
marabou stork, stork-billed kingfishers and a magnificent crested serpine eagle
(which eats snakes). The safari lasted about three hours altogether.
we were given a performance by ...