The Den Corbett
Travel Blogs from Corbett
... the bus who thankfully helped us order food that evening... Thank goodness and we enjoyed a lovely meal with them.
As we continue on our journey the staring and photographs are increasing whilst the number of westerners decreases.
Not to say too much but the toilet experiences have been hilarious often accompanied by an unexpected visitor... Be it bugs, cockroaches or even a hissing monkey alongside the lack if loo roll. Safe to say its a sharp learning ...
... of nature in many books, the most famous, “The Man-Eaters of Kumaon”. Later in life, he actively advocated for the conservation of India’s wildlife, as many populations were overhunted and on the verge of extermination. Through his influence and lobbying, he successfully convinced the provincial government to establish the park in 1936.
The park is nearly 129,000 acres (520 sq km) in size and contains dense moist forests, hills ranging from ...
... our way to our seats and here the welcome had been set up out side Gunjan's house and here along with her mum and dad she stood waiting for our arrival. I am sure being greeted by the majority of your village and two strange foreigners is a very overwhelming experience for a young 6 year old girl so of course Gunjan was very shy but was happy to sit and be next to Rhi. As the people of the village sat down in front of us ...
... t take him long to warm up and a big smile was constantly on his face. He also loved being able to get his hands on an iphone and camera, like all kids it doesn't matter where you are in the world they are al fascinated by technology. Shanu and his family showed us their home and then more friendly exchanges and singing and yes also Bollywood style dancing and yes by Leah and I joining in too!! Lots of photos were snapped and hugs and smiles and laughs. ...
... Kaudia Forest. We equipped ourselves with intant noodles, some woodfire, mats, masala tea and sandwiches.
Let me tell you, I saw such forest for the first time in my life. Known Forests of Kanha, Corbett, Africa are like fields and meadows. This one is spread over the valley. 6 feet wide pathways to drive and Devdar and Pine trees all around. Dense, chilling and mysterious. We drove almost 4 kms inside ...
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