Lake Naivasha Country Club-Sun Africa Hotels
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... Cherry's sake, she is totally obsessed! We spent four hours bouncing around the off road tracks in old Tusker and had an amazingly lucky game drive. For a lot of our group it was their last game drive as they'd been on the tour since Cape Town and were finishing in Nairobi so tomorrow we were changing groups, trucks and leaders which was really sad. We did however have an amazing last game drive all together. I just loved this group, such a brilliant bunch! We ...
... being rejected, by the African guard. After this in our slightly drunken state ( Vikki just being passively drunk) we decided to go hippo hunting along the bank (safely behind a electric fence). This lead to a discussion as to whether the four of us could take a hippo in a fight with a complex battle plan being formed, this all fell apart when it stared us out and we quickly headed off to ...
... safari. We also saw tonnes of antelope which were scattered as far as the eye could see across the planes due to the great migration. Truly spectacular! Seeing all of this meant not arriving at our campsite until after 6, so we had to put our tents up just before it got dark. Everyone in our group were given chores, so we all cracked on and soon enough spaghetti bolognese was being eaten by a ...
... under the railway bridge ahead blocking traffic in both directions. We are told it happened yesterday and the blocked trucks go back for 20 kilometres in both directions. We now notice that the impatient drivers in all sorts of vehicles are driving OFF the road over the culvert and through the paddocks to get around the accident. Another jam develops in the paddocks. Finally a somewhat policeman arrives to help or in my estimation hinder. He recognises that the railway bridge can ...
... a very long drive, but the scenery changed before our eyes. I never knew that the country of Kenya can be so different. Heading towards Amboseli, we had to pass through Nairobi.....the traffic. I have seen bad traffic before and this is no different. It took us awhile to get through but we did manage to do it. Again we faced the 'African massage' but this time no bottle of wine to protect. Driving along a dirt road, I was thinking 'where are going to find a place that is ...