Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... world, by age 6 they still look reasonably small but by that time they are ready for a ‘soft’ release into the wild, before a final unfenced release 30 days later.
On the way back we took a bit of a detour and got to see one more rhino in the grassland, but we only saw him for a minute or so before we had to speed away as we were in an area we weren’t allowed in and apparently the guide and driver would have their license suspended for 2 months ...
... elephants and leopards, may be next time? Four hours after we set out we were back at the canoes, the crocs were still basking on the bank, we crossed the river and took the bone shaker back to the hotel. After showering we had our evening meal, there is a large group of Japanese tourists staying here, they are very animated, some are playing a type of scrabble, can you imagine that in Japanese??!! After dinner we tried to blog, the Internet is not very good so we gave up and went to ...
... orange ball disappearing behind the mountains - whilst all the rest of the traffic whizzed past us! We finally arrived into the town of Sauraha in the Chitwan National Park around 7pm and to our jungle lodge. It was so fancy!! After a quick shower we headed to the restaurant for dinner, I had a vegetable curry with rice which had cashews in. It was the best curry I've had since being here!! But a bit more expensive at £3.50. And then another early night - still ...
... ve noticed in the evenings that the cafes and restaurants each give her something, food or drink, so that must make it worthwhile for her. I thought she was dumb as she mimed a lot about where she gets the flowers, but heard her speaking Nepali today, must be she just don't speak English like wot I do.
Poor Nick (the 74yr old) has a son who was hit on the head in an attack (in England) leaving him part paralysed and with some mental problems. Nick goes back a few days ...
... one we walked yesterday. It was full of tall sal wood, rather than plains of straw grass. The woods was full of birds, and very few people. I loved the peaceful walk which was supremely good for soul searching and reflection. We sat down next to a marshy lake and did some bird watching. I managed to catch a very good photo of a beautiful kingfisher. My previous attempts at capturing this active bird had failed miserably. We also saw a turtle in the water, or rather ...