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It was another early start again this morning as we set off on our Jeep safari. It was pretty cold first thing and all 3 of us were wrapped up in blankets. After a number of checks we were driven into the park in one of the many marauding Jeeps.
Again we were in search of a tiger like all the other tourists. Sadly we didn't spot any today though and neither did any of the other Jeeps apparently. I guess we used up all our luck yesterday! Even ...
... verges and I felt like I was going to get tipped off the back. Rhona was definitely the bravest. After spotting some deers and monkeys, after about an hour the mahout started to get excited and whisper "tiger, tiger"!! The girls could make it out in the distance but I couldn't and I was gutted. I wasn't for long however as the mahout drove the elephant on and the next second the tiger was about 15 yards away looking right at us! It was evident she wasn't happy when she roared ...
... safari expert (it is a £100 per night hotel...) and it was great! We saw and photographed deer and monkeys and trying to spot a tiger was thrilling even if we didn't manage it. I was given a huge stick to hold "for protection" which made the girls a bit apprehensive! There was one moment where there were loud rustling noises and both guides looked concerned and for a second I thought I might actually need to wield the stick! We all had a great time ...
We just spent 4 days in the lowlands of the Himalayas, each night staying in a different village. What an amazing experience, especially the view of the Nandi Devi range, the highest peak in Indian at over 25,000 feet. To get here we had to take a 5.5 hour train and a 3 hour very windy drive. Needless to say, goof thing we brought lots of ...
... br> 16. Great Tit
17. Black Throated Tit
18. Khaleej Pheasant
19. Himalayan Black Lored Tit
20. Gray Hooded Warbler
21. Black Bulbul
22. Gray Winged Black Bird
23. Blue Whistling Thrush
24. Rock Pigeon
25. Red Billed Blue Magpie
26. Gray Headed Canary Flycatcher
27. Asian Brown Flycatcher
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