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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... that I could not have foreseen in any way, shape or form is that I would be an equal partner in establishing 4 holiday lodges on the North Mathioya River in Kenya - I find this area so relaxing and tranquil and I just love to be sat by the river watching the world go by! I look forward to spending many happy hours in this part of Kenya.
What has also made this year so special for me is the people - I have made many new friends ...
... the jacuzzi sipping her wine. Some lovely lamb was being cooked on the braii which was helped down with some wonderful wine. Then we were all playing pool before moving onto Twister.
The next day we headed out onto the water on our friend's boat. This included both of us being taken on the ring by the kids and I even learnt how to knee surf. Admittedly this did take a few goes ...
... and chose a spot to park our car. There were some cubs running around, and Alex had his window open taking pictures of them. All the sudden I looked to my left, and a full size lion was walking right around our car! I asked Alex to close his window. He didn't understand why at first, but as soon as he saw the lion he closed it. For me, that was pretty scary! Probably didn't have to be, though. There were plenty of ...
... East to the Lesedi African Village and on the way 3 babboons walked across the road in front of our car - not something you see on an average day! Lesedi is quite touristy but extremely well done and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Our room was fantastic and covered on colourful African art. Lesedi is divided into 4 "villages" and we were put in Ndebele which is an area of Mpumalanga in the North-East of South Africa. I have to say I was very excited by the ...
... breakfast (x2 for me!) we continued on our way to arrive at the gates at exactly noon - as were our instructions.
The bush lodge was basic but very comfortable. The rooms were only slatted wood and there was no electricity or cell phone coverage. The water was heated over a fire (usually started by one of the staff and a pint of parafin) and you carried your bucket to the shower to fill another bucket with a shower head attached. At ...