The Corbett Hideaway
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... with the clouds creeping and suspending over the peaks and down into the valleys.
The road conditions were very varied with extreme drops, a large amount of mud and a number of river points to cross. As it got darker the road got more unnerving.
Due to the monsoon the road conditions were deteriorating which resulted in a detour of an extra 80km as the main shringar highway had been closed. At this point the roads decreased in width which meant ...
... 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 ...
... to sing their favourite welcoming songs and the local keyboard brought out and the head of the village signing we again felt so much love and warmth for us being there. The children sang to us in english a moving song about love and thankfulness. Rhi and Leah were able to give presents to both Shanu and Gunjan and Rhi was given an AFL football to take over to share amongst the kids. Rhi soon realised that no bike pump ...
... beat that and as we drove now onto the second village where Gunjan lived it was even more .....that Aashish shared with us that it was the first time he had seen Shanu smile in a very long time and another elder woman of the village who had come to greet us and was very loving and welcoming had been ill for several days but was determined to greet us, she shared with Aashish as we left that she no longer felt sick and the visit had warmed her spirit and ...
... I am short of words to express the experience. Mix of fear, excitement and nervousness. We found tough time to take the you turn to return.
We were enjoying the sound of Pine Cones resembling like a flowing river. We were driving down during the dusk time and did not feel like turning on the head lights. And what we see???
A big adult panther, black and spotted passed across the path. Thank God ...