Lake Elementaita Lodge
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We were excited to see our first National Park and take a morning game drive to Lake Nakuru. The area is known for it's bird life, especially flamingos.
As we stopped to check-in at Park Headquarters, we could see a herd of zebra on the hillside. We were thrilled. As we got farther into the park, the wildlife was unbelievable: zebra, cape …
... hurt him again and the head decided to take him in children home the mother was approved upset. Suddenly little boy are happily again because he knew he won't get hurt again. I was amazed to watch the head saved him. Since the last trip to Kenya in 2013 the head only saved 13 orphans, now I am returned and I was shocked she saved just over 70 orphans and set up 2nd school site about 1 mile away from other ...
... me of a big version of Distance. She hung her leg over the tree, scratched her claws on the branch, strolled along the road, drank out of a puddle, and rolled around on the ground playfully. Just a big kitty. After the lion, we saw tower of giraffes, and a rhino with a baby! I guess it is really rare to see a rhino on safari, so I feel very lucky. After that we saw a few flamingos, some cranes that I thought were emus, and a ton of ...
... disadvantaged populations of Kenya would be to support the individuals financially who are working on a sustainable way to provide for themselves and their families. To be able to talk with and learn from these women was an incredibly promising and empowering experience. And finally, we ended our day with a game drive in Nakuru Lake National Park. We were especially lucky to see a lion, a rhinoceros with its baby, giraffes, zebras, baboons, and much more! My best to all! Shelby ...
... washing stations- which is what we ended up doing.
Women’s self-help groups led by Kelly (Village experience). How can I partner with you to get you want to need to make your life better. From this work the village experience learn of other needs- a clinic, a school, houses, sewing machines. Clinic open one day a week, long lines for service. Eventually moved to men’s empowerment- they started their motorbike taxi service. ...