When most people think of Nepal, they think of the highest mountains on the planet. The southern portion of the country, however, is much lower, and the environment, as well as the culture of the area reflects this difference. I went on a journey to Chitwan National Park, approximately 60 miles geographically but worlds apart in terms of day-to-day life from the madness of Kathmandu. Life here was much slower, as symbolized by the lazy paddling of a canoe through Chitwan National Park at sunrise.
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