canter bus bird feeding in ranthambhore, ranthambhore

Morning Tiger Safari: The experience was like a crowded Indian bus. Our guide was missing (broken alarm clock?) but we still paid the guide fee. The suicidal driver drove the bus like a crazy autorickshaw driver on the narrow dusty road of the park. It was a miracle that we didn't road kill a peacock or a wild boar. The canter bus was full of tourists, local and oversea. We see more dust than wild life. And it was noisy. The driver repeated monotonously: spotted deer, male and female; somber deer, male and female; peacock, male and female; tourist, male and female... It was total nonsense. Once a while, the tourists at the back shouted stop, wasn't sure if they saw some wild life or they were simply scared. Anyway the driver mostly ignored those pleadings.

After the morning safari, I was determined to get the hell out of Ranthambhore. The train was full but I didn't care. 518R for AC2 waiting to Bharatpur leave 12:40pm

Info F 4.5 1/80 with Canon PowerShot S1 IS
Date 2004:12:23 08:47:38 Make Canon
Model Canon PowerShot S1 IS Width 2048
Height 1536 Flash Off, Did not fire
Focal 5.8 mm Exposure 1/80
F Number 4.5 White Bal. Auto
Metering Center-weighted average Compensation 0
Hyperfocal 1.63 m File Size 1007 kB
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