Travel Blogs from Porbandar
... well as seeing some Asiatic Lions (it is the only safari in India, I believe, that guarantees you to see this type of lion). I am so excited to get some good shots of the wildlife.
On the way there, I hope to write some blog entries to be able to finish up the North Trip blogs before we head off onto the South Trip on April 6th. I will post the itinerary for that later in the week.
If you are visiting GIR you know what to spot.. Yes you get to see many lions roaming just right next to your vehicle.So be careful not to enrage them :P. Also there are caged cheetahs and napping tigers(we visited the place around 11 a.m and still sleeping?? lazy Tigers:P). The other animals we could spot were deers , being raised for the food of the above predators.
... class only' 'We'll take' Start as you mean to go on, travel in style. After sorting our tickets out, the reservations chief started with some probing questions about religion, asking us what religious denomination we were. Easy enough, next question. 'Which one with woman and child?' After a quick overview, we plumped for Catholic and left him to mull the confused state we'd left him in.
Having time ...
... At one point my bed for occupied by 6 large indians wanting to sit down....bear in mind this was a 4 shar cabin....you can work it out......21 hours turned into23 hours with delays, and we finally arrived in Porbandar at 6am, greeted by darkness, cold, andnotasingle soul that could speak ...
... eagles, peacocks, grouse, and other birds we couldn't properly identify. It had been a great safari.
More on Maldhari
I had mentioned to the owner of the hotel that we were interested in meeting the Maldhari people. He said his nephew would take us on motorcycle in the afternoon. We'd just pay him for gas and a tip as we pleased.
At 3 pm, we followed the nephew on his motorcycle south out of town. To ...
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