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Travel Blogs from Nagarhole
... with both hands. The resulting cuttings are on top and deftly thrown in the bag by their side. A little girl runs back and forth smiling shyly and asking my name. A man comes out of the home and asks to get his picture taken too. I jump back in to the truck smiling and waving as they do the same. We come upon a small small village where 'mustachio' asks if I want a tea. I would love one, more for the opportunity than the real need for any tea. Indian men hover around the tea ...
... burning local whiskey.
Dropping us at the esteemed Morgan Dormitory, in the pitch black, deathly quiet and starlit sky we arranged to rendez-vous at 5.30am for another crack at Tony the Tiger.
After some early morning cockroach bashing in the room, we rose bright and early, wrapped up and headed for the jeep. Anticipating a better showing than last night, we set off, however quickly became ...
... surprised too!
We also went on two safaris. The first one was a jeep safari. We started very early in the morning. At first we felt tired and didn't want to go. We first got into a boat to go across to the Nagarhole National Park. It was cold and foggy. When we got there we all got on a jeep and started our safari. The first animal we saw and also the most plentiful was the spotted deer. Every minute or so we saw some grazing. They are brown with whit spots. We ...
So the time was 5.30 am and we we're up
and ready to leave. Today we we were heading towards Mudumalai which
is a wildlife sanctuary in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The good
thing here was that we took the local bus the whole way to save
money, might have been worth it just a bit tight on space. The ride
itself was split up in 2 parts where the first ride was up to Ooty,
which is ...
... which we dutifully did. Over an hour later there was 13 people in the jeep and the driver had to sit on the door as 4 passengers were in the front; one of the four changed gear for him. Despite the squeeze, it felt safer than the journey back when the boy-racer drove the jeep at breakneck speed so that we had to cling on for dear life. Our friend Arun told us this was very bad and if anyone drives too fast in the future we should ...