Lake Naivasha Country Club-Sun Africa Hotels
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... her, when suddenly we all stopped. I looked up and there on the very same path, merely 10m in front was ol' Larry the leopard walking towards us. I literally saw him take 2 steps before he spotted us (pun intended) and quickly turned around and disappeared. What I didn't comprehend was that despite all Larry's you-beaut senses, Ngari saw him before he saw us. I mean Kenyan guides are good and all but seriously, the leopards nose and ears were bigger. Way bigger. Once we'd ...
Well, it was cleared once the police arrived after 2 hours, which never made the rest of our journey any better, we would arrive in the dark, put up tents in the dark, cook in the dark (or with just head torches)
I had swapped cook group times with Alex (he was making some complicated meal and mine was simple)
We got all the stuff out and started preparing dinner, (well some of us did, the new people just opened a bottle of wine and watched)
Today was another day of travel, this time on our way to Naivasha. Instead of taking the ferry this time, we drove for about seven hours to get there. Again, the drive was beautiful!
Our third and final prompt is about empowerment. So far in my posts I think I have talked about empowerment a lot. Empowerment is so interconnected with social development and informal social protection and I think this is why I feel like I have already answered this prompt. ...
This morning we headed to a small village of Nakuru to meet up with individuals from The Village Experience. There we met one of the nicest people I've ever met, Beth. Beth has a big smile and a welcoming presence. This is where we were informed we would be installing hand washing stations at local schools. When we think of washing our hands we probably don't look at it like a luxury. Im sure last time you washed your hands ...
... we saw. The Impala with their amazingly shiny and smooth coats, water buffalos looking after the flamingos near the lake and many guinea fowl/baboons crossing the tracks. We also spotted a rare white rhino resting in the afternoon sun - one of very few left in the Kenyan parks. We took a drive up to the Baboon Cliff lookout and it was STUNNING! The skies were so clear we could see the town of Nakuru and hills beyond, not ...