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Travel Blogs from Tsavo National Park East
... gt; 2,5 km
Because we went to bed early we had a vey long night and got up early this day. Had a relaxing breakfast and felt better than the day before. At 9 am we started off for our acclimatization day also known as the short summit circuit. Just climb a bit higher to 4.600 m to enjoy the view and get a feel for the climb to Point Lenana. It was a steep part up but we went ‘pole pole’ and after 2 ...
... to the north east of the
Talek River. A few can be seen on Paradise Plains. Near the main crossing
points there is a flat area of short grass where topi congregate in good
numbers. Topi prefer pastures with green grass that's medium in length with
leaf-like swards as opposed to the long grasses that still prevail in most
areas that are in the reserve.
On the 24th 3 Hyena were seen chasing a topi all over the
Topi Plains and at the same ...
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... around is exhausting! That evening I had dinner with the Aussies and watched a Kenyan wedding which was in full swing in our compound.
Sunday was CHURCH! It deserves the capitals and exclamation mark as it was bright, loud and a lot of fun. I got lost with the preying (which Lauren informs me is normal) and most of the singing, but i wiggled in time. There is no point trying to compete with the locals in volume or dancing as they would win hands down. Most of my time ...
... over them in a dramatic way. Trees carelessly thrown into odd corners as they had been ripped out by the roots and subsequently caught between the rocks.
Highlights were a group of giraffe who lollopped up to the road and then ran across just in front of us. What a sight! At one point we came to a stop on the track as a massive bull elephant who had been rolling in the red Tsavo dust was walking slowly in front of us. Traffic jam. Following him closely ...