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Travel Blogs from Nagarhole
... the air. Tah dah. Thank you Wikipedia!] It reminds me of 1/4 of the moto drivers/passengers wear some kind of covering over their mouth to protect the air they breathe. Police officers who direct traffic at intersections wear masks. Blech. Makes me wonder if I should do the same.
On the way back to the Retreat, we stop beside some tea pickers who happily smile and laugh with me about taking a picture of them chopping tea (it's fun to watch as they chop with scissor like ...
... 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 ...
... used later
on to show us around the park first on a jeep safari than on a jungle
trek to see if we could get any closer to the animals.
But before I get ahead of myself here,
I got to mention that in Ooty we met Mike. Mike was a fellow
traveller from Irland who was headed the same way as us. This lead to
him following us and spending the next night at the same guesthouse
to save some money. ...
... excellent till Mysore except in Mandya we found plenty of speed breakers, it was annoying while driving in the night as we could not spot some. Mysore to Gundalpet road was nearly okay and then the real challenge of driving starts. The road from Gundalpet to Bhandipur was around 20 km and could drive only in pot holes, it was really in a pathetic situation to drive. Ravi made a very good attempt and we safely reached Bhandipur national park at 8am. The driving speeds went ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility