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Nov 14, 2019 - Delphu River Lodge, Kaziranga, Assam

Our guide, Inram, picked us up and loaded us into the car for our two and a half hour drive to the Delphu River Lodge where we would be staying for the next three days. Consisting of thirteen cabins built on stilts, the lodge was very comfortable and the food served at a buffet was clean and satisfying. The lodge was built inside the Kaziranga National Park, which stretches for 30 miles along the Brahmaputra River, but we had to drive on the highway to enter the park at any of the four gates, which we would do over the course of the next...

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Nov 18, 2016 - Gals to Kohora & Kaziranga National Park

UPDATE October 3, 2017: FLOODING IN KAZRANGAI 11/18 From Joey: "On Friday we made our way by bus from Guwahati to Kohora, home to Kaziranga National Park! This was exciting for us as it was one of the first places we read about when “studying” the North East states. The bus took around 5 hours, including a brief lunch stop for some traditional Assamese thali." Joey continuing: "We arrived in Kohora at 5:30pm, which by this point the sun was down and it was DARK. No street lights, just the lights of trucks, buses and motorbikes laying on...

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Jan 22, 2014 - Kaziranga National Park

December 3, 2013 I stayed at Kaziranga national part last night rather than press on Kohima. Kohima is only two hours away but there are lots of hotels here. I stayed at Maa Kamala tourist resort. It’s not really a resort but rather a group of rooms along the highway. They had parking for Suu Kyi and it was 3:30. It’s another one hour to Kohima and Nagaland and I didn’t want to be caught looking for a hotel. The hotel owner didn’t speak English so he got his daughter to translator. They were awesome people. They brought me a night light and...

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Feb 7, 2006 - One Horned Rhino's, Elephants, and the Super Bowl......

Hello all, Don here with another update. I tried updating the website in Tezpur a few days back but they have power outtages quite frequently here. So I'll try and recap some of the past events. Tezpur, the city of blood. We spent 3 wonderful nights in Tezpur. Many fun things happened. Nathan and I spoke at Tezpur University and met all sorts of great people there. We answered questions about GPS, E-Mail, and many other topics. My host in Tezpur who's name is Dr. Gogoi is in fantastic shape. Especially considering he is over 60 years old....

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