Cresta Riley'S Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... first time and went to bed as it had been another long day of driving. 4th Happy Birthday Michel! I can not send any kind of message but we'll think of him ! We didn't have to be very early this morning, so we took it cool and had a late breakfast. We were supposed to leave at 9 with speed boats to our next camp Jumbo Junction but the organization wasn't as fluid as we wanted and we finally left at 10. It took us about 1 h and a half ...
... on the Male, his 4 wives and 6 Cubs. Who said life in the wild was ordinary?? No one in our group had witnessed such a large pride together under one tree. It's hard to imagine that 3 decades ago, the population of lions was 68000 now their numbers have dwindled down to 24 000 across the continent. Evenings around the campfire after great game spotting, is what makes this type of holiday. Wild camping is sitting under a blanket of stars with a bright moon ...
After our unbelievable stay on Pelo Island, it was just a short hop in our now familiar Cessna Caravan to our last two night stop at nearby Seba Camp.
We touched down in time for lunch, followed by a quick cool off swim, before heading out on our four wheel drive afternoon safari.
We left the camp at dawn,jumped into a 4x4 for a cold and drafty ride along the highway for an hour before turning off into the bush for another hour bumping and bouncing along sandy tracks and crossing streams on rickety bridges made of stacked poles until we reached the spot on the river bank where we boarded some moloko canoes and we were poled for another half hour along through reed beds and water lilies to our island camp for ...
... had barely made it before lock up time. I made sure and asked to Julie to pull through the gate away from prying eyes into the backseat as I got out to sign the outgoing notebook. My description of the roads could never give it them justice. I might have been on similar in my life but never for a full day and never in such an isolated place. Happy to have made it with as little difficulty as we did.
The roads got a little better for the rest of the journey but just less ...