Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... shared with us. Until today we had only been served this potent beverage in a cup not much bigger than a thimble. The generous older brew mistress served us a healthy steaming tin cup full! The women and one gentlemen were delighted that we joined them for a drink. One lady was thrilled to have her photo taken and our guide, Bimal, will print a copy and bring it to her on his next tour.
The one young boy was incredibly shy ...
... overlooking the river. It was nice to sit in the sun and by the end of lunch my toes had thawed out.
It was another hour drive to Gorkha Gaun (Village) Resort near Gorkha. It was recently built and opened this Spring. This place was very similar in style to camps that we have stayed at in Africa. They are focused on conservation and 80% of their power was solar and they recycled 80% of their water. The majority of the material used to construct ...
Howdy-doo ya'll Today we were awoken around 7am to pack up our belongings as our time on the project had come to a sad end. For breaky we enjoyed toast, eggs and Muesli before loading our packs on the bus (more like a ute with seats on the back) to our new destination: Chitwan National park. Arriving at our hotel put smiles on all of our faces as it was by far the most beautiful hotel we have ...
Today we woke up to one of the locals singing a beautiful Nepalese tune, and our breakfast of cornflakes and omelettes with toast was prepared for us. The kids came to school even though it was their holy day off just because they knew that we would be here. There was no hesitation for anyone to begin work with a list of supplies being made for what we needed to buy at the markets in order for us to ...
... a beer, an Everest Beer for me tonight. So we finish the day, watching a cloudy sunset over a river flat, across a river to the jungle, sipping a beer in a remote place on the planet - now that's livin'! Our room at the home stay, only used by Intrepid, they also use another one nearby, they have basic rooms with ensuite, cold showers ( hot water by bucket if you ask) meals, Drinks and run by a family who do everything. The bed looks ok and has a mosquito net over it, but ...