The Wild & The Haunted

Discussion in 'Travelogues' started by Vargis Khan, Dec 21, 2015.

  1. Vargis Khan

    Vargis Khan Administrator Staff Member

    And the drive begins.


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  2. Vargis Khan

    Vargis Khan Administrator Staff Member

    Pugmarks of a Tiger.


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  3. Vargis Khan

    Vargis Khan Administrator Staff Member

  4. Vargis Khan

    Vargis Khan Administrator Staff Member

    And the drive ended, with no Tiger sightings.


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  5. Vargis Khan

    Vargis Khan Administrator Staff Member

    The 3 hour drive in the forest did not yield any results and even though we saw a lot of other animals, we did not came across to a Tiger. All through the drive, annoyingly enough, our guide Hari Singh did not stop telling us of how good a guide he was, and how lucky we were that he was available today because he is usually booked days in advance. All this proved to be merely big talk as after 3 hours, there was still no sight of any tiger.

    Our safari ended at 10.30 AM and it was time to return home. We encountered a highway block created by local villagers which i assumed must be to make the government listen to their demands. Luckliy we were able to find an alternate route through villages and did not have to wait for the jam to open. Apart from this one incident, ride home was pretty monotonous and boring and we were back home by 5 PM.


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  6. Vargis Khan

    Vargis Khan Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks everyone for reading
     

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