Aberdares Country Club
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... lick. So their motto is "The animals come to you". And they sure do. We were pretty fortunate to score a room on the top floor on the end overlooking the pond. Our luggage (back packs) showed up and we hurried to explore. We discovered a lodge built for 120 guests had plenty of space for 15 guests.
We watched a parade of animals meander to the water hole as dusk settled in. The parade included Cape Horn buffalo, wart hogs, and a couple of ...
... which appears to be the hangout for local business meetings. We were greeted by Wambui who owns the Bongo Asili Safari company with her husband Eugene. She runs the local office and he manages another in the Netherlands. We agreed to meet after lunch, which we managed by 3:30. We made a trip to the bank across the street and waited in line for 30 minutes to turn big Kenyan Shilling bills into little ones for tips. One hundred ...
2nd July .. Reykjadalur = A Path To Natural Warm Baths
Today we set off to Hveragerdi. Did a 2hr hike to some natural hot rivers, in amongst hot mud pools and loads of geothermal activity. Stunning walk, just hot mud and springs everywhere. spent a good couple of hours in the hot river.. absolutely beautiful. walked a lot of it in bare feet, theres nothing like the feeling of mud squished between the toes!
we set up camp at a campsite just by Hveragerdi. ...
... and spotted a cheetah! We could have been his breakfast! We visited a Samburu village. They are a nomadic people that live in wigwam style huts made of woven twigs and covered with plastic bags to keep out the rains. They build thorny fences to protect their cows and goats. They eat red meat, milk and drink the blood of their animals. They don't kill the animal to do this just puncture it with a sharp twig. ...