Elephant Valley Eco Farm Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... myself on panic-packing for Nepal as I pulled on thick socks and base layers and that hat I bought that makes me look a bit special but keeps my ears nice and warm. I don't deal very well with the cold, it doesn't take much of a drop in temperature for me to try and cocoon myself in everything I own and wonder if they'll ever work out a way for humans to ...
... if it be great. To die in one’s duty is life; to die in another’s is death.”
Yesterday I was out walking through the fruit forest on the estate where I’m writing this. I’ve watched not only the industry of the ants relentlessly marching up tree limbs to their own silent beat, but also the industry of the fruit pickers. To watch them laughing and playing little jokes on one another as they go about their work, I would certainly not want ...
... 20 or so degree air compared to the 40+ degrees down on the plains.
After 6 days, which felt like 5 minutes, it was time for us to bid George, Vera, Max and our new friend Arjun thanks and farewell and hopped on our sleeper bus down to the plains. We had splurged on an AC bus and it had fully horizontal bunks of a good size that were comfier than most beds we’d slept in in the past 3 months (the exceptions of course being Phuket, Hang Chat and ...
... from. By this time we were on the cloud line. A few crazy landscapes from past and present TV favourites spring to mind and Steve and I found ourselves location-scouting for Game of Thrones and the unlikely remake of The Princess Bride. I also spotted a tea plantation in the shape of a pyramid. Mr Tetley, how on earth did you miss that one? As ever, the excitement of reaching your destination is always somewhat of an anticlimax as the usual ...
... small forest we could see large shadows and when we moved a little further along we realised that they were wild elephants, amazing. We could not see them clearly through the woods – darn those tree’s - but just seeing glimpses of them was enough.
Our first wild elephants – woo hoo! Instead of waiting for them to move to a better spot Manesh promised that we could look for them again when we came ...