Issac's Hotel Regency
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... were so big so it seemed i couldn't do much at all so i spent the first evening researching what to do and going to a few travel agents to find groups to join but with no look at all.
Next morning i was in reception for the 1kb wifi stream near the box, looking at an onward journey and thinking i'd leave later that day if nothing turned up when just before midday a group of guys approached me and said the owner said i was looking to join a trek and they ...
... hocking, coughing up and then spitting out whatever treats he had – not quite the serenity we were hoping for!
The safari style portion of the morning ended and we were a little sad that we hadn’t see any wild elephants that we were told were fairly easy to spot (though we had seen some elephant poop!), so we set of once again in the jeep for the homestay. Our driver cranked up the music (proper Hindu nightclub stuff!), spat away and sped ...
... beside me and watching me sway to the thumping beat). It was so much fun! A couple of boys included me in their circle, and I'm not sure who was copying who, but I danced for a while with them. Until someone got a bit rough and a disagreement started in one corner, I exited to stay out of it. The watched the rest of the festivities for a bit, until we got bored and tired so headed back to the bus. We drove through a crowd, who cheered us as we left. Very funny ...
... realizing what I've missing in India. The beauty of nature. Call me an old school girl, but I'm realizing that while the city is robust and full of energy, I miss the wind in those tree limbs (ANY tree with wind, please...) and the smells of a forest and the beauty of a sunset. I had been craving something like this, not knowing that this was the source of my unrest. I feel like I saw another face of India. The face that was so much more to my liking. This is the India I ...
... there (with Shira) in February where I’ll give some lectures about the US National Park Service and conservation science work at Acadia National Park. My visit will also coincide with a training workshop for Indian Forest Department managers about a new initiative to assess the management effectiveness of India’s Tiger Reserves. I’ve been asked to attend the class and speak about my experiences conducting management effectiveness assessments of ...