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Travel Blogs from Virarajendrapet
... and came back to the dining hall to watch a documentary about tigers, so that I see them at least on video ;-) And then I got the Coorgi pork I was promised the previous evening for dinner, which did live up to the expectations and proved once more Ashok is a great cook. The special rice bread which I think is called woti was also great, even though I think I like chapati more :) And after confirming that I have to be up at 5:30 tomorrow again, it was time for shower and ...
... sambar deer, spotted deer and monkeys, but still had no idea how much longer we have to drive and there were no signs apart from some not to harm the wildlife. Yogesh managed to stop a car and the people there told us we need to go on for another 8 km, and after quite a while we reached a gate where the guards told us we still have 9 km to go and after many more than that we reached another gate, at which the guards told us the resort is 3 km away. Just a short while ...
On our way out of the sanctuary we traveled through the mountains to Boys Town where Ranjit's friend Joey & his family lives.
Their house is situated next to a river. The kitchen has an open wall to the river ... It is naturally divine.
We traversed to the river to the sounds of young boys laughing and splashing. They were jumping from a huge rock into the 'elephants' pool' ... What a delight to watch.
For the next many hours... ...
The evening of March 2nd we went out and back a few times before our 8:30 dinner as reports of elephants were delivered to us.
After 10 pm we took our 'torches' (flashlights) and got in the tiny car. Out we went looking for cats (tigers and leopards), bison, deer and the elephants.
As we drove Ranjit had the torch in between his eyes looking for their eyes on the dark. He can spot animals that were ...
Our volunteer group grew from 2 to 3 with the addition of Elizabeth, fresh off a plane originating at JFK, NY. Her jet lag was something she ignored until later that day.
Our Safari Day began in Kannur with collecting the essentials like booze. The store is quite unusual for us because there is a list of "beverages" outside and you tell the staff what you want. No browsing inside allowed. There is a men's line and a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting