Ghanerao Jungle Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Ghanerao
... the train stopped to allow a group of Lapur Monkeys to cling to the windows looking for food. We were hoping to see antelope but the conditions were too dry, apparently.
The Chevy truck picked us up at the Kamli Ghat railway station to take us back to the hotel along a very bumpy road. We held on tight since there were no seat belts! On the way back, we were lucky to spy a "Neel Gai" antelope by the side of ...
... on the platform, which with her rear end stuck up in the air, was much to the local men's delight! As the train set off through the ranges we had ample opportunity to take in the beautiful scenery around us. As we approached the first stop, we noticed a lot of monkeys sitting along the train tracks. One of the helpers who was looking out for us, passed us some biscuits to throw out through the bars to the monkeys. There was no way I was feeding the monkeys ...
... that it is Christmas today, so easy here as there are no decorations or Christmas carols being sung. Breakfast is once again another huge meal, omelette, toast, chapati and a rice dish. Yum yum. It is a beautiful warm sunny day. We finish breakfast at 1130am and are immediately asked what time we would like lunch. I cannot think about more food right now. We head into Sadri for supplies for tonight and then to the Ghanerao Palace for a ...
... to restock our alcohol supplies. It is important to get one's priorities right. Turns out that red wine here is a bit of an issue so hard liquor it is. Large bottle of vodka, medium bottle of rum, two bottles of strong beer, a couple of packets of smokes, a couple of bottles of orange fizz drink, a bottle of Pepsi and a couple of packets of chips. Hmmmm, should be right for tonight! After the shopping excursion we went to the palace of ...
... restaurant. Again, the food is wonderful. After lunch we stop at another temple. Sheth Anandji Kalyanji. A huge marble structure that is in excellent condition. Beautiful ornate carvings and ceiling domes. It's an out of the way place but well worth the effort. We arrive at our accommodation in the late afternoon. No cars, no horns no internet and no hoards of people. The building was the hunting lodge ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service