Chitwan seemed like the most laid back place on the planet. We would be sitting at an open air restaurant having milk tea or a meal when we would see an elephant walk by like it was no big deal. It was something that made the entire atmosphere somehow 'unworldly' to me. How does an elephant just walk down the street? My brain couldn't adjust to a reality where elephants bathe in the river only a few hundred meters from where you sit having dinner.
|This is a picture of the Tree Land Lodge with Genae and the owners. Not bad for 400 NRs.|
|This is one of Tree Land Lodge's cottages with a shared bath for 150 NRs.|
|This is Genae and Shanta sitting near the river at the Hermitage Hotel|
|This is the most humble trekking guide office I've ever seen.|
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