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... is also said that the Tiger starts to Eat the Bison live from behind when he is down and kicking. Surely not a good way to Die. Not sure whether this is true but it definitely earned our guide a few extra tips.
It is 930 AM and time to head back to the Rest stop . With bursting bladders and empty stomachs we head toward the Rest Stop after what seemed an eternity . Not sure where to go ,we decided to head for the loo first, again ...
... the jostling continued. Yeeeah he was going to make us wait. Why not? We were number four in the pile. It could go either way. He took the forms and very slowly processed each one. Agonising. Then finally got to us. YES! We were in luck, only seven jeep tickets available for the afternoon slot. PHEW! I have never known anything like it. So much effort to get a ticket. It was made even more frustrating as we could see the jeeps heading into the park some only containing one ...
After hearing about about our failed application to work in a call centre, jack and I decided to go for an area on the completely other end of the spectrum. This inspiration took us deep into the Indian countryside, to a town called Mocha. Through luck we heard about an opening at the local sugar cane farm. At first we were a little hesitant because as we learnt from school neither jack or myself were very ...
... to go all out. Also we convinced ourselves that we would need a bunch of calories if we where going to find this elusive tiger. We had piles of bargee's, heaps of marmite toast sandwiches and (thanks to a package from one of Henrik's friends) a small mountain of Nutella chapatis which is possibly and India first? Anyway it was delicious and more importantly gave all all ...
... in the silence the guide will say 'spotted deer'. What happens now is that Henrik and I say spotted deer in unison with the guides and grin at each other and the other day we just started putting 'spotted' in front of all the animal names which the guide thought hilarious. The other one is to throw a curve ball and simply say you've 'spotted a deer'. Something brilliant and hilarious happened to us. It was Republic day in India and so the manager Charles took us ...