Chitwan Village Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChitwan Village Resort Sauraha
Still here, so peaceful, staff are marvellous, food great and lovely CLEAN and comfortable bedrooms, would highly recommend
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... lunch. Somehow, sweaty and hot (sorry I know I keep repeating that phrase but just want to make sure you all know that I was NEVER not sweaty and hot) I was able to take a nap and then after lunch Cassidy, Isabelle, Grace, Lucas, Evan, Ms. Gembala, and I got into some highly competitive card games we played under the straw patio. However, it was still impossible to escape the heat. Hours later it was finally time for our safari elephant ride! We pulled up to elephants next ...
This morning at 6:30am we left for our Jeep safari. We drove to a small river and took a nav (hollow tree) boat across to meet our Jeeps. We saw a rhino pretty quickly but it was hidden back in the forest because of the heat. We were lucky enough to see a sloth bear but he was quite far back in the grasses. We also saw an iguana, alligator, many deer, monkeys, 3 peacocks and a kingfisher. We stopped at an alligator conservation project and ...
... again that was nice much of the same of people coming in with a cold and wanting antibiotics! It's hard here because you just want to tell them to go home and rest but they feel like they are not getting treated properly if they haven't been given any medication! But the worst/funniest thing is people will come in with a rash or sore shoulder and that they say they have had for 5 years!!! Why didn't they get it looked at then?? The view on health care here ...
... in front of us. I also saw 3 more rhinos during this trip, some alligators, a huge lizard, birds, deer and of course monkeys. Of the Big 5 of Nepal, I saw 3 of them. The only ones I did not see was the Bengal tiger and the sloth. Maybe I will see the tiger when I make it to India. In the evening I was sitting outside talking with the hotel owner Deraj. Deraj has been overly helpful since I have been here and it is turning ...
... hotel, I paid 30% less than the best discount price on offer. Can't be bad :-) While looking for a cafe I called in at the Park guides' office and booked direct with them to do an all day jeep safari in the park tomorrow. The day after tomorrow I might do a wildlife safari on an elephant. Yahoo!! Now it's time for a post-lunch snooze and working on perfecting my career as a "retired gentleman and trainee ...