Travel Blogs from Jabalpur
... The morning was cold, but we were given blankets in the jeep. So off we went through Tala gate, this gate is considered premium and the best chance to spot our stripped friend. We had a great driver Dinu, he knew the tracks well and pointed out a range of animals like the spotted deer, wild boar, a rare bison, porcupine, monkeys and some other large deer... After a while we were getting a bit anxious, other jeeps hadn't seen any tigers and ...
The second chicken gave her life to feed us and I got on with slicing the potatoes, onions and garlic
We only needed ½ the chicken, so I fried that up then the potatoes, the carrots we did in the microwave and were a bit of a let down
But the chicken a fried potatoes went down well and Anand even scraped the pan, it would have been better if I had a bigger pan and did a bit more, because of the carrots being a ...
... the fire going, washing up, of the duties, they all have been allocated, and I guess there won’t be anyone who ducks out, there is me
The good side is there will be no complaints about the food, the menu, dirty plates, or who does what,
This has all the makings of a great trip
It has one drawback though, IF we do get mistaken for lunch by a tiger/cheetah, I usually just have to make sure I can run faster than the last bloke, ...
... said he would speak to the guide, he also saifd he would sort out something for the following day, I said that’s fine but I didn’t want that guide
Then I pointed to this plaque he has hanging in the office,
I think it gave him something to think about
BUT he has just come in and told me that my sim card should be working soon and the guide has had his marching orders, he went on to tell me that a bad guide reflects on the hotel and ...
... now the grand age of 14. After exchanging wary glances we resigned ourselves and even commented on his excellent road awareness skills!
After our previous railway experience, we where slightly apprehensive about the second leg of our journey. However, we where pleasantly surprised by our friendly traveling companions who shared their food with us, practiced their English and took full advantage of our child-minding abilities!
On arriving in Umaria, we took ...
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