Lake Naivasha Country Club-Sun Africa Hotels
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Such an awesome safari this afternoon! We headed out in pouring rain thinking we'd end up bogged somewhere, but it's been the best one yet! The rain held off long enough to see some up close elephants and giraffes (like next to the truck close) along with the other usual animals. Luckily we saw a car stopped looking at a tree which is where we saw the leopard having a rest on a branch. Unfortunately ...
... there was a herd of 20 elephants not 20 feet away. They had come to see us. I said to my wife that they were free and we were in the cage for a change!!!! I am typing this from the lounge with the animals close by at 6:15 pm. It is our intention to stay up all night to see what arrives. If you fall asleep, they ring bells to announce the arrival of new animals. Stay tuned I will write more as the evening progresses and post images ...
... on the island. They only die from old age. We got super close to some giraffes and wildebeest. I loved it. We got to our campsite a little late so just decided to take it easy for the night. We just all hung out and did some laundry. It was a cool spot. They have a fence to keep the hippos out at night but we heard them eating and making noises. Shauna and I went out to pee in the middle of the night and we both torpedoed back into the ...
... that was at a standstill the engine wouldn’t turn on. I took our 5 Litre water bottle and ran, whiteboy through the black night between parked trucks and cars to find the petrol station. With our last 500 Shillings ($6) I managed to buy diesel, ran back without being abducted in the bustling streets and put the fuel into the van. Still no start, of course the battery was dead after the starting and stopping. We managed to get a man to turn his car around in the traffic so ...
Today we woke up around 5am to
get ready to leave to Lake Nakuru National Park by 6am, since the safari place
was three hours away. We were all very excited to see the animals roaming
around the park, taking pictures nonstop, creating memories.
We stopped by a cliff and got out
of the van to take pictures of the beautiful paradise in front of us. Some were
taking selfies, others were enjoying the view, while I noticed a baboon coming
up the cliff and took ...