The Corbett Hideaway
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... was an experience... Quite terrifying to be honest.
As we progressed slowly due to constant breaking we meandered out way through a number of villages where we were constantly advised not to continue. Nevertheless we continued after great persuasion with the guards by the Indian members of the group.
We hadn't made it to josimath due to the 14 hour drive and lack of light so rested at Pipalkoti for the night.
We had made friends with 5 ...
... have been at the center of the Indian government’s efforts to protect tigers. It has been estimated that the tiger’s global range has shrunk by 93% in the last 150 years and that India now has nearly 60% of the remaining wild tigers; they are mostly extinct now from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
For decades, the Gujjar people lived in the forests and grasslands of Rajaji National Park. They are a nomadic, vegetarian, and Muslim community whose ...
... so the young boys would have to wait to have their first experience of aussie rules, one young boy who was in charge of the footy attempted by blowing it up himself by mouth...he was quickly distracted by wanting to get our autographs just like the other kids. Beuatuful Gunjan looked around with amusement and despite her shyness was happy for us to be there and sat on Rhi's lap for final photos and blessings. The ...
Today was going to be a good day; we knew this as we were greeted outside of our balcony by a stunning view of snow capped mountains with the sun shining upon them. The day had finally arrived, the day we both got to meet with our sponsor children Shanu (Leah's) and Gunjan (Rhi's) . After filling in some paperwork and meeting with Aashish and his other world vision colleagues who were travelling with us to the villages the children were from, we were on ...
... in the vehicle. We were stunned. It went into the hiding in a fraction of moment. Wow, we felt luckiest of lucky. Panther is very swift and camouflaging. We saw it all and complete. It took our breath for a moment. We were not sure if we wanted to continue our noodles plan by getting down.
We thought to do it and got down at a flatter space. Fired the woods and cooked our noodles. Hotel arranged ...