Baghmara Wildlife Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from a distance in a rather smug way – haha!), Langur monkeys and Rhesus Monkeys, Green Bee-eaters, an Open-Mouthed Stork, Purple Stork, Purple Duck, Kingfishers and lots of other pretty birds. We also visited the Gharial Breeding centre to see the Gharial crocodiles, the ones with the long nose, which are very endangered. The breeding centre was pretty cool and it was amazing to see how slowly they grow – despite growing to be the longest freshwater croc ...
... the jeep to make it move away. The guide had a pebble that he taps on the metal frame in the back to let the driver know when to stop or move on, when we get to Namibia, I'm planning to use one to get Les to stop and start as I see the animals, with his hearing at the moment it will save having to repeat myself. Three of the four types of deer are spotted next and wild oxen. We have seen more animals than last time we visited Chitwan. The ones that eluded us where the ...
... Eye Guest House and adopted yet another Nepalese son, Saroj,words cannot say enough about this wonderful man,nothing was too much for him,he would move heaven and earth for you if you so needed,and guess we fell in love with him and miss him Dearly,also the Peace eye family,Rishi,Shobash,loksme,Devendra,ya m,Harry and .......,told you my memory was Bad! We were invited to a evening meal with all these lovely people eating traditional food and it was truly wonderful! ...
... He looks like Gandalf (Ian McKellen) but with slightly shorter hair. Guess that makes me gollum, although hes very thin, so maybe an orc. Must get a pic of Nick on my tablet sometime. We were both enjoying a milk coffee when a very dark cloud loomed towards us & we both realised we had washing hanging out, so left quickly in opposite directions. Luckily my hotel had taken mine in, so there was no need to return. But now there, I was stuck as it lashed it down. Watched ...
... and the rocky Nepali village paths really shattered my nerves as I bumped my way through. I even fell once when it all got too bumpy for my novice riding skills, I felt so inadequate. Eventually we got to the entrance of the forest. There was a massive sigh of relief from me to be getting off the bike, that must had scared the animals away - we didn't see any rhinos, crocodiles or deers this morning.
This side of the river had completely different vegetation ...