Lake Naivasha Country Club-Sun Africa Hotels
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... buffalo, wildebeest...although the migration has not started yet....hippos in the Mara river, a sunbathing crocodile,herds of zebra, antelope and gazelle as well as family groups of giraffes and baboons and some little ones too. Some spotted hyenas ran through the grass, warthogs trotted and we spied a jackal speed through the grass. It was a long hot day but just fascinating. Also went to a Masaii village towards the end of the day.....mud houses made by the ...
... we were empowering children to learn about and take control of their health and the health of those around them.
Tonight we also had a closing session with the whole group facilitated by us. I thought it was really nice and I was really happy we did it. As I've talked about before, all of the smiles and gratitude and joy from the people I've met as really impacted me and I will always carry this with me.
... Saturday? I also had the pleasure of getting a selfie with the professor, who reportedly hates getting her picture take. She states she's a professional at the duck out or disappearing move every time she sees a camera. After the Safari we headed back to Punda Milias for our last night. Chef Joseph fed us well. I wish I could pack up Chef Joseph with me, but I didn't have enough room in my suitcase. Oh well on to the next ...
... Lake. We drove 30min in search of this place which serves delicious woodfire pizza, only to get there and find out they don’t do pizza on Sun&Mon! Just as we were getting in the boat we could hear the roars of the “Hangry” Hippos, and as we sailed past, we saw groups of them cooling off in the Lake in the 30+ degree heat. Hippos are aggressive creatures so we were warned to keep the minimum 10m away from them…..we did notice that as ...
... broken into before we got all of our stuff.
We all felt awful for Todd, but so thankful that it wasn't us, it was a big wake up call for all of us. We were the only ones in the camp so felt a bit safer than we probably were.
There was a security guide who was also a Maasai guy who at the time was dealing with a leopard that got into camp and was causing havoc.
Times like these when you realise what a crazy continent you are in.
As you can imagine ...