Unique Wild Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... waiting for the sunset; I don't have much patience for these parts of the tours I'm afraid. In the evening we sat through a cultural performance. A bit repetitive to be honest but there was a highlight with the Peacock dance; some guy stuffed into a suit that put on a pretty convincing and humorous ...
... the elephant's ears, to control them whilst people were on them. So we wandered a little further down the bank to see an elephant actually being washed. This was by a man kneeling on her head, and another using a stone to scrub her clean. We first approached when he was scrubbing the inside of her ear, which to us looked very painful. The elephant didn't seem to mind it, or the rest of her being scrubbed with the stone. This time, there was no crowd, ...
... got the better of her and she decided to give it a go. True enough, the slides and drops were a little smaller and more fun as we went down further towards the bottom of the gorge. It was great fun, hurling yourself off rocks, sliding down rocky slopes and abseiling and bouncing down slippy waterfalls. By the end of it our confidence had grown, going down headfirst on some of the slides and larking about with the rest of the crew. Unfortunately our trip had come to ...
... either Nepali or Tharu to each other before one of them said, "Anyway, we are already wet, there is a river with a place where people can cross easily." Cool, sounded good. I envisioned an ankle deep crossing point and off we went.
We saw this little cutie on the way too. It was enjoying a bath, bless it, and blowing bubbles in the water. We stood and watched it for quite a while and the video cuts off where it does because it looked at me funny so ...
... call will be better to book my room at the monastery in Kathmandu. We walked together for a while as going the same way, but he stopped at a temple where they had a room laid out with cushions and were playing gentle chants over a small pa. He is bothered at night by barking dogs (although I've not heard any) so wanted to lie down & listen and grab a nap.
I continued on, past some lads playing cricket, some ladies washing by some ...