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TR & Pictures of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

 
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ameya
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2015 11:05 am    Post subject: TR & Pictures of Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve Reply with quote

After a lot of pestering from Sumantra Sir - I have finally updated my blog post written with my better half

Serendipitous Sighting - A visit to Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve[img][/img]

Talks about the best season to visit, how to reach, where to stay, experience and pictures !
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2015 8:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sir, thanks for posting an eagerly awaited TR!
And yes, this is in your inimitable style.
Thank you for your dedication (both literally, in terms of the effort you put into your TR; and figuratively as well!). I have been eagerly awaiting this gem for several reasons. First, I learnt of your PNQ-NAG-PNQ trip on 6E, and remembered Ojas's comment on having done the first TR on the route, prior to yours. Second, I remembered the reason for the NAG visit: a marriage(?), plus a Tadoba visit! Third, this would be the second gem of the series, done by the husband-wife combine, after the wonderful Leh panorama.
I am not a FB regular, but have been intrigued by some teasers.
For instance, the picture of the Langur attracted some hilarious comments from your friends, ``...looking good, haven't met in ages'', ``back to the roots'' and the like, from what I remember. Of course, the crowning glory: sighting the magnificent beast itself! I was also reminded of the Sudhir Dar cartoon during President Clinton's visit, of a person in a tiger dress looking sheepishly after taking his mask off, and a forest ranger telling his senior, ``Don't worry Sir, President Clinton will spot a tiger.''
A usual Ameya-esque TR, replete with complete information for the travel planner. Trust the Maharashtrians to do it in style...even the gate has stripes!
The pug marks, the deer with the reflection, the fauna: magnificent. The descriptions crate lovely images in the reader's mind: I cannot but admire you and Mrs. Joshi for a grand piece! The last sentence, `both of them wish for an opportunity...' was a great tongue-firmly-in-cheek statement!
Thanks for the sheer/sher effort, and after the grand descriptions, the factual parts of the place during the time of your visit: all organised beautifully. A nice combination of descriptive writing, and factual information.
A masterpiece!
Admiringly, Sumantra.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 7:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ameya you didn't want to put this in the TR section?
I just went to Bandhavgarh .... will be posting my (similar) TR soon.
Seeing a tiger in the wild beats most things doesn't it?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2015 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

stealthpilot wrote:
I just went to Bandhavgarh .... will be posting my (similar) TR soon.
Oh wow, so it did happen after all, I cannto say how much I want to read yet another TR from you, stealthpilot!
stealthpilot wrote:
Seeing a tiger in the wild beats most things doesn't it?
Except seeing one at home, 24x7, in her bad moods, when she is in a mood to beat (up) most things Razz
Cheers, Sumantra.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2015 9:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

stealthpilot wrote:
ameya you didn't want to put this in the TR section?
I just went to Bandhavgarh .... will be posting my (similar) TR soon.
Seeing a tiger in the wild beats most things doesn't it?


Look forward to it !
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