Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Kids pool
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... senses we had, we wondered over to where he had been to inspect his paw prints. Big they were. Writing that part of the story was a bit like having dessert first, but I was excited so that's how I'm writing it. Pre-Larry we had to wake up at 4:30 to get on the 5am bus to Mt. Longonot national park. The bus was full so I sat on the floor and benefitted from the full African ****-road massage experience. It was a bone jarringly beautiful. Once arrived we were given little ...
... it was all prepared, Laura went off for her upgrade, I went off to put up my tent, Brent stirred the spuds
As per usual, I hate putting up my tent in the dark and I broke another tent pole, at least it’s easy to sort on this tent, but as my luck has be3bn running I bought the wrong repair kit, but this morning I got it sorted
The meal was pretty good considering the time it took and what it was, but we has to adapt it slightly (it was going to be sausages ...
... go hand-in-hand and have such reciprocal relationships. It is as though they need each other to exist and thrive. Also similarly, empowerment is so broad that it can be difficult to define. I don't think there is any clear, universal definition, especially one that is cross-disciple or cross-cultural. To me empowerment is a multifaceted process that ultimately fosters a sense of power, whether at the individual, micro, mezzo, or macro level, or somewhere ...
... t excited about putting soap on them and thankful you had water to rinse them. For the kids we were about to meet their excitement and gratefulness was dually noted. We were given a short demonstration on how to install hand washing stations and also given vitamins and deworming medication to administer to each student. I was a bit surprised we could just walk into a school and give kids medications without parental ...
... the flamingos in the lake below and various flora & fauna of the National Park. Thinking we could see no more, we headed back down from the viewpoint to complete the loop of the park. To our surprise and sheer luck, we came across two lazy lions (“Simba” in K-Swahili), sitting roadside as we drove. We stopped to take the customary photos and they rarely moved. It was only after about 10 minutes that one of the two lions decided ...