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... open enclosure" seems like an oxymoron, I think it's a pretty good description. For the most part they aren't in cages. The birds are and some of the other animals are, but some of them, including the monkeys, are in open aired pens where they've tried to create a more natural environment for them.
Two of the monkey breeds they have, I've seen a lot of ...
... Leh which is about 3500 meters high in a beautiful valley full of old villages with many Tibetan people. Our jeep ride took two days. We traveled through some of the most rugged terrain I have ever seen. Some of the roads were paved but most of them were dirt roads hugging the sides of the mountain where barely one car could pass. We had to cross many rivers and three high moutain passes . One of the passes was at 17,500 feet. It was the second highest road in the ...
... we were surrounded by beautiful countryside – padi fields, palm trees and greenery as far as the eye could see. Lush.
Trivandrum itself was a very pleasant if quiet town, the highlight being our trip to the local open-air Zoo. Lions, tigers, hippos, zebras, monkey, crocodiles and the like all very nicely laid out and well proportioned. The ...
... 69); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">Our first hurdle was to brave the monsoon-sodden roads, and cross the Rohtang Pass, a couple hours from Manali. I was never really frightened on the 25 mike drive to the pass, but I was intoxicated by watching the road unfold in front of us. The higher we drove, the hairpins got tighter, the road muddier, the sides of the road became nearly overhung. ...
... temples and buildings, and have been blown away by the natural beauty of a country that I, for some reason, thought was entirely orange and dusty. I read somewhere (maybe in Shantaram) India being described as full of contradictions, next to a really expensive car, you might see a rickety old cart full of mangos or just a cow, outside of a posh restaurant there may be a huge pile of cow ****, and on the roof of the shanty looking slum houses there could be ...