Baghmara Wildlife Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... in the village were constructed mainly out of wood, stone and mud with tin roofs. In most homes the lower floor housed livestock - cows, goats and chickens or they had small out buildings for the animals. One pig pen was located just below the path on the edge of the hill. This pig had an incredible view of our resort and the mountains. He had his own personal high rise condo!
We spent some time with a family making Raski which they ...
... and an eagle. For the first half of our tour it was overcast, but thankfully the sun came out and it warmed us up enough that my toes were just numb and not blue.
We landed on the rocky shore more than 2 hours later and were greeted by Shayam at the River Shore Resort with our dry clothes. We were able to use the change rooms and shower with some warm water before putting our dry clothes on.
We had a wonderful lunch on ...
... through a herd of buffalo. We all squeezed into our PFD's (some had under leg straps!) then we all filed into one huge canoe with our little wooden seats under our arms. After 30 minutes of meditation with paddles, we landed ashore after spotting many crocodiles, a few monkeys, a peacock and many water birds and headed towards the Elephant breeding ...
... different to the education system back in Australia, and we hear Mr Fisher might take a few tips from here for when he goes back (joking!). To finish off the day, we brought out the football and we all played a massive football game together and enjoyed socialising with the children. Overall the day was awesome, everyone was happy and laughing and we are all keen for another hard working day tomorrow. Huroo Aiden, Sophie and ...
... close! The surprise is we have to take another dugout canoe across the river to our home stay, so we wait while the paddle gets across to us in a quickly running current and when we get over the the place we're staying there is an elephant and his mahout and few others stripping a tree for elephant food. Dangerous bloody work I say. They load up all the tree leaves and branches on to the elephant and head off into the sunset - the things you see! Our hosts greet us and I ...