Travel Blogs from Sauraha
Run for the Nepal Border
We left Varanasi at 5am, it rained, didn't cool anything down just raised the humidity,
I thought I would be clever again and just put up my fly sheet, I was sweating big time anyway, but about 2;30 am I heard and felt a very light spray on me, I knew it, that dam monsoon had arrived, sneaked up on me and …
Chitwan day 2
Everyone went out today to the national park, I didn't, I have been to national parks, been to plenty of them, seen all they have, and have had elephant rides, washed elephants, fed elephants
I got my tent out and gave it a wash and tidy up, after that monsoon, it needed it, I am hoping it will now be clean enough …
Border and Chitwan 1
As soon as we had crossed the border from India, I think I can safely say we all felt a huge sigh of relief. The endless hassling for rickshaws, photos and taxi's had sadly taken its toll in such a beautiful country and Nepal had been beckoning for quite a while…. Well for me since I booked the trip many moons …
We were up early doors, heading back to Chitwan district to volunteer at the village we had visited previously! We had booked tickets on the tourist bus, which apparently has more reliable, less risk taking drivers and a little more room on it!! Believe it if you will! There were the usual street sellers along the side of the road, offering various …
... rhino stand up and turn around to face you, 30 metres away, in the jungle. It was completely terrifying, breathtaking, and magical all at the same time, and something I will remember for as long as I live. As if that wasn't enough, the destination of our walk was the river, where they bathe the elephants every midday. This was what I was most excited for, and I had been wearing my bathers under my clothes all morning in preparation and anticipation. Josh and I ...
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