Unique Wild Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Vi havde bestilt en 3 dages/2 naetters tur til Nepals stoerste nationalpark. Her var chance for baade at se krokodiller, tigere og naesehorn.
Foerste dag stod paa verdens daarligste bustur fra Kathmnadu til Chitwan. Ren bjergkoersel og saa var der saa mange huller i vejen at jeg havde sidestik i 3 timer af turen fordi bussen hoppede saa …
... for girls and women, very few things for blokes that I can see other than ghurka knives and t shirts. Dinner is at KC's again, I had a Chicken Butter Masala with naan and it was delicious. Washed down with a San Miguel beer ( from the Philipines) , they don't sell Everest beer, only Gorkha beer and it gives me a headache, so, like wine, I'm giving it a wide berth. All 8 of us eat at the same restaurant so we have a table together, it's quite a ...
... to see birds and then tell you exactly where to train your binoculars, something that has frustratingly eluded me on other birding trips. We spotted several varieties of Kingfishers, Siberian ruddy-sided ducks, storks and way too many others to remember. Kept looking for hornbills but it wasn't till we returned to the lodge when Karen spotted a pair in the trees right outside our room.
Our room at Sanapa Village Lodge was very comfortable ...
... so I stayed in my room instead of doing the activities. Lunch and then a jeep safari through the national park. The journey there was so rocky, bouncing around in the minibus. The jeeps for the safari were fancy, graduated seating, open top, and good suspension. We saw monkeys, spotted deer and a rhino. We headed back as the sun was setting, and stopped at a restaurant specialising in Indian for dinner. It was pretty good - paneer ...
... ll be there. It's actually very sad that many of the volunteers before me have shirked their responsibilities, make promises and never keep them. Turning up when you say you will seems a simple thing and (seemingly) unimportant if broken, but these kids crave stable figures in their lives; people to love and trust. It's heartbreaking when I consider the irresponsibility of some that treat this experience as a holiday and the kids a plaything to be picked up and dropped at leisure. ...