Rtdc Hotel Vinayak
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... 8211; we were paying a premium for being close to the national park I think. Everything looked a bit tired and it appeared the restaurant hadn’t changed the tablecloths, ever. It did have a swimming pool though. We wanted to book a safari for the next morning but the hotel quoted 1700r (about £20) compared to about 900r that the Lonely Planet says it should cost. The guy at reception wasn’t overly friendly and he said the price had ...
... and ordered everyone to move their trucks because the Tiger was stressed and anything could have happened.
When we got back to our camp, my heart was still beating wildly and we talked to other guests who had witnessed this experience too. We all agreed that this would not have happened in South Africa. It was mayhem!
After an exciting time we completed the day by playing Pictionary.
... wedding and reception. We were watching the wedding. The groom looks like a maharaja with a tall turban and white clothes. The bride is in maroon with lots of sparkle. They arrive separately. The wedding is outside and people are dancing and milling around. There's lots of food because everyone is welcome. We enjoyed watching and getting a lesson in Hundu culture for Aijay.
... size than Nature Reserves and are not big enough to naturally sustain the wildlife within them. Therefore food has to be artificially provided by mankind for the animals within. Additionally Parks are fully enclosed/fenced and the animals within are segregated to avoid them eating each other. Sightings of almost all species within the Parks are virtually guaranteed. Nature Reserves on the other hand generally have no fences around or within and ...
... It's a free-for-all!!" By the time our vehicle made it to the bend in the road, the tiger was gone. We waited for about an hour to see if it would come back. It didn't. In the end, we didn’t see a tiger, but we saw people looking at a tiger!!
Again, we ate breakfast and took a nap. I was going to suggest that we skip the afternoon safari and go to a fort and temple. But we should try to see another tiger. When we were escorted out to the courtyard, luck was ...
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