Gir Birding Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Masai Mara. Firstly, this is forest and not a savannah. Lions are so plentiful in the Masai Mara that on the second day you are actually bored of lions ! Not so here. The sighting has to be "earned" and you have to be lucky – probably a lesson in life itself, for after all, something is treasured only when it is earned and not when it is had easily.
Thank you Sher Khan. You made the moment ...
... at 9:30 and did homework, played games and relaxed until 12:30 lunch. We did more of the same thing until 3:30, when our next safari started. On this safari we saw what we had hoped to see, the lions! The first one was sitting near a water hole. Who needs to see the Lion King, when you've seen this?! And what was even more amazing was that, that was only one of the four lionesses we saw that trip into the Sanctuary. ...
... the dhow because our ship was starting to have a few issues and we had to stop or else flooding would have occurred and we are in no position to lose all the cargo we have gotten throughout the voyage. Also, recently they have informed us that we have been traveling in the months that have the monsoons going the opposite way from us. The people here in Gujarat have been helpful and have welcomed us with great hospitality. ...
It is July 22, 1400, when I arrive in Gujarat off of Western India, my first impressions were that the cotton textiles and indigo were probably the city's main source of income as displayed by the many products on display such as carpets, quilts, sleeping mats, pillows, and many more. Trade in Gujarat initially flourished with its forced entrance into the Dehli Sultanate in 1298 after ...
... my silk and porcelain almost don't even compare. They have shiny gemstones, gold jewelry, carved ivory, stone beads, and pearls! Additionally, they have an abundance of cloths, such as cotton, linen, and silk, and carpets and quilts. Cambay is basically the ideal Indian Ocean trade route city. I traded so much here and now I feel like a million bucks because I got so ...