Travel Blogs from Lake Nakuru National Park
Let us start today's entry from where we find ourselves at the conclusion of the day. As has become a habit, the most recent entries have been written prior to drifting off, comfortably sat either on the couch of my opulent home for the evening or tucked away in my king size bed with a slight mosquito net providing a reassuring barrier against the …
... how that happens. J) While getting to our room was a long walk, it was next to the open Mara where the animals roamed just beyond. We were immediately greeted by a family of baboons not more than 20 feet from our sliding glass door, just kind of hanging out in the grass and under the trees. After settling into our room, we all immediately went to the restaurant to get lunch. Another "seemingly" great selection of foods and desserts. (The word ...
... a rainbow happened - and one of the vehicles became bogged. This was a blessing in disguise as from out of the distance, a herd of white (wide mouth) rhinos appeared and ambled right up to see what the commotion was all about. Once again, lady luck had struck! Another wonderful day. Three days into the safari and our quest to see 'The Big 5' was now complete.
The Big 5 are lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhino - trophies for the game ...
... was delicious.
Wednesday 17 October
We are up at 0430hrs to take down our tents, have breakfast, make a packed lunch and get on the road for a long drive day to the Tanzanian border.
I am glued looking out of the window as we pass through villages and more rural places. I am shocked by the amount of poverty. I have never seen it on such a huge scale. People seem to be in the middle of nowhere and I wonder where ...
... is ofcourse not your standard domestic animal.
Time for dinner! To save costs I decided to make our own food and although that there was no electricity and we had to cut our carrot, onions, paprika and tomatoes with a head torch the Spaghetti 'a la Jorg’ was not bad at all!
Next day the morning game drive with more animals and a ...
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