Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... organised a couple of rooms for us to shower and unpack our duffels into our packs and then have lunch. My clothes were still damp from sweat, my towel not dry from showering, so they are stuffed in the bottom of my pack for washing at the next stop. I wandered along the shops for a bit, and had lunch at a restaurant along the main strip, caught up on wifi and chowed down on ham, pineapple and mushroom pizza and fresh orange juice. Then ...
... the birthplace of Buddha, and hopefully a dose of enlightenment and learning!
Love to you all, be back in touch soon
Dan and Scotty
p.s Eating my words now! Ha ha ha! We went out for dinner, and we decided to walk down by the river to get to the eating place, and we were greeting by the most amazing display of fireflies lighting up the river side in the most amazing display of fireworks courtesy of mother ...
... so miserable. There were just about 12 miserable elephants chained by their feet to a post, some had babies tied with them, some babies weren't chained. There was a baby elephant who had wandered away from its mum and decided to do a go-see with the tourists. There were a bunch of Chinese and Australian tourists gathered around cooing and we were waiting for them to clear off before we went over. The park attendants had other ideas, one of them got ...
... in a large faucet - usually the only water source in these villages. There was always something to look at. After a 5 hour drive, we arrived in a small, dirty village. And let me tell you, we knew it was dirty because when I turned around, Isabelle had looked like one of the chimney sweepers from Mary Poppins. Her face and neck were coated with what looked like black powder sugar, all because she was sitting with an open window in front of her. The hotel was laid out ...
... there. We were given time to sit and meditate under the various trees throughout the garden. It was very calm and tranquil listening to the breeze blow through the prayer flags and watch them flutter in the wind. I was interrupted by a group of Nepalese people who wanted to take a photo with me, so I got a photo too. We drove about 5 hours from Lumbini to Chitwan National park, stopping for lunch along the way. The restaurant was a small family business on the side of the ...