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Travel Blogs from Tsavo
... there for hours! (I've included pictures of the sitting area and dining area in the main lodge as well.)
On July 7, we started the day with a 5:30 wake-up call and a 6:00 game drive. Several cars took off at the same time, but all went separate ways. The wildlife was varied, but not as much as at Meru. We ended up at a special location, where Stefano, our incredible host, had planned a breakfast under ...
... exactly the same as the village Brooks and I visited over 20 years ago. The huts are very small, basically one room approximately 6' X 8' by 5' tall. They are made out of twigs and grass, covered in cow dung, which is baked by the sun and becomes very hard. The roofs are thatched. Inside the huts are three areas - a "kitchen" with an open fire and a few pots, a sleeping place for the parents and a sleeping place for the ...
... one of the elder Maasai who helped to develop the original concept. For our first sundowner, we decided to walk with him to the location. He took off through the long grass, with his spear, while we followed behind. I can tell you, none of us loitered at all - one does not want to be left behind in this environment. As we approached the area for the sundowners, Stefano was there with the other guests (who had driven ...
... of the journey as the Ziwani Voyager lies very close to the Kenya-Tanzania border. A good couple hours of the journey were again on bumpy, unsurfaced roads - we have kinda got use to these by now. On arrival we had flannels and drinks (all the hotels we've been lucky enough to stay in are run by the same company) before putting our stuff into our tents, very ...
Firstly, I will have to apologise that my commitment to writing this blog has been faltering slightly over the past few weeks because of an unfortunate incident whereby I managed to dislocate my right shoulder for the second time. My last blog post ended with promising to give an account of my afternoon trip to Lake Chala so I will begin with that (I only have a few photos of Lake Chala for this post as the day after we went there, I managed to dislocate ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking