Kigio Wildlife Camp
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... adrenaline rush knowing their were lions so close to us in the bushes. We could see them on the other side of the bushes and it turns out there was much more than just the one with her babies. We had to push it about 5 times before we got it out, which by then the lions had started wandering back towards us. It was crazy! Luckily we got back on and were fine :) We got to see all the usual stuff, plus some ostriches and hyena's and really cool birds! ...
After a very long day of driving and a border crossing we arrived in Eldoret, Kenya. At the border we got our temperatures taken by a contraption pointed at our forehead (Ebola precaution). Luckily we all made the cut and it was pretty uneventful. The line up of trucks going into Uganda was insane. We honestly probably drove at a decent speed for at least 30 mins until we reached the end of it. And it wasn't even moving. I think now that there has been an ...
... downside... So our driver tried to sneak into the park, which is kinda possible since the park is not fenced or anything. They have an electronic license plate registration though which means we got caught after am hour in the park. We were forced to go back to the gate and escorted there by park officials. The driver had to pay and also had to pay a fine. The park officials are probably one of the few Kenyans ...
... mention another black rhino and baby, magnificent views of the lake atop a hill surrounded by large rodent like creatures to finish off with 3 white rhinos grazing with a herd of buffalo as we were leaving. You can see why the park is so heavily patrolled.
It was sad to leave Lake Nakuru. A place worth visiting for birders and animal lovers alike. We did however have two very happy German boys to collect post world cup. Even stories of what they had missed couldn't dampen their ...
... to Swahili dictionary that Owen desperately wanted. He asked for 2000 shillings, about $23. Talked him down to 150. Lunch at Sarova Lion Hill, a very nice resort. Then a game drive at Lake Nakuru where we saw many birds, giraffe and then lions! Arrived at Lake Elementeita tented camp for the night. This place is incredible, beautiful tents with very fancy canopied beds and by far the best showers we have seen, a great view of the lake, and wonderful ...