Kigio Wildlife Camp
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... 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 ...
... time getting up the mountain and so it leads to traffic pile ups and cranky passengers (me). I tried my best to catch some zzz's but between the uneven roads and the constant speed bumps, I couldn't relax. Needless to say, when I got home I took a nap. We woke up at 6 in the morning for this trip so a nap was vey fitting and a nice closing to the adventurous day.
I ended up going to bed early on Sunday as I knew that Monday was going to be a long day and I ...
Arriving in Gilgil again was absolutely fantastic! All the children recognised me, and it seemed as if everyone was really happy that I was back. Harry said the children were very excited to know that I was coming! I slipped back into the old routine very easily, and it felt so normal. Sitting with them all at lunch was lovely - one of the staff members called Eric (who I taught with in September) came into the dining hall when I was there and said "hey Harry who is ...
... a Chinese restaurant in Nakuru and had been teasing Amy all day about going there. She’s Chinese and adamant that she will not eat Chinese food in Africa. She orders vegetable curry with rice and I can’t help but tease her that we succeeded in getting her to eat Chinese food. “But this rice is different,” she exclaims. “And you’re not using chopsticks,” says Philip. Still, I consider it a little ...
... 10:45 so Amy and I decide the change the plans. We’ll go to Lake Navaisha and Hell’s Gate National Park today, which are about 45 minutes away, and then tomorrow when neither of us have to work we’ll go to Lake Nakuru.
We finally get everybody loaded up and on the road. Philip makes his living driving around people that visit Kijabe, so he’s developed into quite the tour guide. As we’re driving down the mountain ...