Green Mansions Jungle Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Katmandu Easy, no problem one would think I had not counted on my husband loosing his temper with a local bike that overtook him 3 times He was not playing that game so he dropped the gears, turned up the throttle and off we flew into the distance Bad move, still gunning it down the mountain, steep and lots of sharp twisties, we hit a corner at about 60mph onto melting Tarmac. Now then we have semi off road tyres on which are not brilliant in ...
... to solar power, the only problem was that it was at the bottom of the back of the hotel and directly under 4 bee hives whose constant buzzing was a bit worrying when stripped naked. But they were fine.
Whilst sitting outside the hotel I noticed the built-in flowerpot beside some steps, was issuing forth millions of winged beasties. I asked the owners sister about them & she just said they live in there! The kids had fun ...
Give me a street-side cafe with comfy chairs, tablecloths on the tables and sunny weather and I am happy. Add the following and I am joyously thrilled: pedestrian only streets, eighteenth century Newari architecture, local people, smiling kids at play, cheap food and just as cheap accommodation. It is true that the buildings are in the process of being saved from utter dereliction, the food is unspectacular and our accommodation is at the backpacker ...
We planned a half day of activities today in the morning to allow for an escape from the harsh afternoon heat. After a hearty Nepali breakfast of roti, chickpea curry and some sweet deep fried dough, we were ready to face the day.
We started with a bike ride through the Tharu town on our way to the community forest, which was also part of the Chitwan National Park, just on a different side of the river to the part we were in yesterday. I hadn't rode a bike ...
... life! Ok I had no real choice when both guides were egging me on. And up I went one step at a time.
When I got to the first branch, I could see the rhino was even closer than I thought. It was looking directly at us while munching away at some straws. What a sight we must had been to the rhino, awkwardly standing on a tree, holding out our cameras and phones. After a few minutes of staring contest, the rhino got bored and moved further into the ...