Royal Park Hotel
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Such a great place to stay! Friendly staff and great rooms.
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After arriving back in Kathmandu after EBC, I enjoy a few basic luxuries- showers, toilets that flush and hanging with the remainder of my group before they slowly drip off to their various destinations. Saying goodbye to many of these peeps really is a bitter sweet moment. Some are heading home after living overseas, many return to home after …
This morning we drove from Lumbini to Chitwan. In the afternoon, we took a bicycle tour of Chitwan Village. A bicycle ride sounded relaxing, it was not. The roads made for a bumpy ride and instead of taking in the surroundings, I spend more time trying to stay on the bike. That being said it was nice to get some fresh air and exercise. We …
This morning we went on safari. We were told not to wear red, yellow or white. We started off nice and early, hoping to catch the animals waking up and wondering to the water for a drink. We piled onto the tray of a khaki jeep and drove for five hours through Chitwan National Park. The weather took a turn and we had a wonderful breezy drive through …
... an hour and we ended up at the elephant breeding center, hot and sweaty once again. I was so exhausted that I had to force myself to take every step forward. On the bright side, an 11 month-old baby elephant came up to greet us allowing us to pet him. It felt like I was petting a hairbrush with wire-like bristles, similar to cat whiskers. You wouldn't think it but elephants are indeed covered with hair. Thankfully, after that we were given a good two hour break before ...
... though. We would highly recommend the walking safari over the Jeep safari as the guide gives you a much greater insight into animal behaviour as well as teaches you about the vegetation (even got to eat some non-poisonous wild berries...at least I hope they were safe....)
Rested for the rest of the day in the hammocks back at the lodge as it was far too hot to be doing anything.
Back in Kathmandu now then onto Tibet in the morning!
Until next time
Ann & ...