Safari Adventure Lodge
Travel Blogs from Chitwan District
... day. We spent the morning walking along the river and trying to find an elephant breeding centre. We couldnt be bothered to look very hard and ended up in a family run restaurant called sweet memories. I ordered a big pot of tea expecting about 3 cups and ended up getting about 8-10! I spent the afternoon sitting in the garden, sipping tea and reading my book. That evening we had another wander and sorted out a jungle walk for the following day. At 6.30am we met our two guides ...
... hear them laughing about it from our room.
Dave & I
decided to go for a walk to the river but hadn’t gone very far when we decided
it was just too darned hot so we turned back and went to a little shop nearby.
The owner was a lovely lady and spoke quite good English. She said she was “a
happy Nepali” and we had a nice chat with her and her daughter. Dave then
bought some typical Nepali snacks ...
... on their backs, lots of animals of various types, a huge number of young men travelling on the roof of a bus, people washing themselves and their clothes at taps at the roadside and the occasional village with street-side fruit stalls etc.
It took about 3 hours to get to Sauhara, the village near the entrance to Chitwan National Park, and drove to the front of the Hotel Parkside. Our room is very nice and has air/con which we definitely need as it’s much hotter down ...
... do some actual work! Laura and I were in charge of the blood pressure station! It was chaos! But I loved it!! We had some sweet school boys helping us translate and we taught them how to take blood pressure they were so clever and good at it! I just let them do all my work!! Probably my best day volunteering so far!! I got to go but will write again soon!! Love❤️ Ps.My room mate Christelle also left yesterday so room mate position is open if anyone is ...
... it was amazing!
The next day we went canoeing, birdwatching, jungle walking, visiting the elephant breeding centre and in the afternoon we went on a jeep safari. All the things were great in their own way and we got so many chances to see the national park and its inhabitants. We got to see a lot of deers, some special sort of bison, birds, one rhino, many crocodiles and so on! We finished of the day by watching ...
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- Swimming pool
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