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... a tree house built somewhere like in Corbett, or a 2 storey terrace building like in Pench, where one could look at a vast expanse of forest land. Binoculars thus form an important accessory for us in the jungle. We learnt the jungle had fencing across the sides of the tracks in some areas, so that during the rainy season, the grass is left to breed untouched. We learnt that the tigers go on to become Man-Eating Tigers, due to lack of animals in their prey area or human ...
... along with the electric atmosphere was great to experience.
Next day we opted for the obligatory dawn boat ride to witness the city wake and the people meditating on the banks and start dipping in the murky waters and it was
As it is a tourist hotspot, is home to numerous webs of interwoven street and alleys full of all manner of little shops and eateries, and the city is spread out along the river, Varanasi has gained a reputation for being a bit hard hitting and ...
... us. So be it. 2. They make me take out some stuff, my bag had 'pods' inside so no big deal...just means I'll be carrying a pod or two. (Fiona has had to do this before!) 3. They couldn't care less and let us in w no charge, and no pod carrying. I'm hoping it's the latter. Our hotel has sorted a Taxi for us at 5am...although laying here at 12.30am there's so many bloody horns honking and traffic police whistles going I don't think it'll be an issue finding a ...
... the driver to show me Sanjay National Park.
... it and hate it, 24 hours is enough to squeeze the major sights in, the only one we feel we have missed out on is Elephanta Island, which is closed on a Monday anyway. Mumbai is mental, the roads are crazy, everyone beeps their horn every few seconds but there is no way of knowing who they are actually beeping at, because it's that busy, one minute you can smell incense, the next wee, the next delicious street food, then rubbish - you don't know whether you're hungry or about to ...