Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Lisa chose to go for the extra option of a safari in Chitwan National Park rather than the included drive to the Twenty Thousand Lakes. We saw a several Rhino including a mother and calf swimming across a river, lots of deer, a mongoose, peacock, boar and visited the crocodile ...
... rather unusual.
Of the rhinos, the first was eating it's way through a thicket. So much so that at first we could only see an ear, but by the time we moved away, we could see the whole animal bar it's legs. The second was also munching away in a thicket, though it was much more visible. The third and fourth were another mother and baby, who were having a bathe in one of the lakes we passed by. The way back was incredibly dusty. We were ...
... was Hannah going over the edge and then came the screams! Thankfully it didn't last too long and Hannah was down the bottom whooping away in the safety of the pool. It was quite a big deal for Hannah and I was so proud she made it to the bottom.
A few pool jumps later we stopped for lunch and had some sarnies by the side of the river. Hannah was adamant that she couldn't continue but after Santos explained the second half of the gorge was easier, her ...
... only that it was massively ******* windy all of a sudden, the rain came in sideways, like someone had let loose with a pressure hose on us. We legged it and took shelter behind posts supporting a watch tower, all of us were soaked down one side. We chilled in the watchtower for a short while until the rain stopped, wringing out our clothes. Meh, this is nothing. That's a pleasant spring morning in Brighton, is a spot of sideways rain. They guys said a few ...
... just wanted to relax, pretty much unheard of at Chitwan. Staying at the hotel are a group of Japanese and also another from India, they are in a religious sights tour of Nepal, they are very friendly and a few of them chatted to us. The dancing was in the town, the hotel took us in vehicles, it was an excellent show, the stick dances that the men did were brilliant, how they didn't clobber each other I don't know. ...