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Yesterday, after a very bumpy ride, we arrived at the best camp, very basic with no power but so green and movie like! After setting up camp we went into the Masai village. We were welcomed by the ladies singing and dancing, we were pulled in to dance with them. We greeted them afterwards and then saw one of the huts- which I'm sure is one of the bigger ones, and was quite small. All the people in our tour were talking ...
... Charles) tries to make up time but progress is slow as we encounter 50 Tonne mining trucks on low loaders slowing the traffic down. Charles knows a short cut. Back onto the ******* roads from hell. Jim groans at his luck but hey we are moving.
We get to the Masai Mara (Sopa Lodge again) after about 6.5 hours of hard driving on the worst roads we have encountered so far. Jim is beside himself and even Clare is showing some wear and tear at this. I will elaborate in next blog.
... around at our leisure looking at the antelopes, wildebeest, zebra and water buffalo only meters away from us (well we kept the buffalo a bit further!), it was such an incredible experience! The highlight had to be the 5 giraffe that we saw, again we got really close, though they did start walking away the closer we got. The view from the Island and whilst on the boat was amazing, vast mountains and beautiful green landscape, I could look at it for ...
... to gather their emotions, and at the same time worried about me.
Thankfully everyone was okay, though I was in physical pain, my body was still
intact, developing new bruises for tomorrow. Once everyone, including Paul, was
in the van, we tried getting out of there quickly as possible, worried the
baboon would come back. The vans rear wheels screech as it went in reverse,
kicking up dust, leaving the baboon behind us, as we continued on.
We continued the ...
... it’s something different.” But nope, it’s a zoo. Well, that’s disappointing. I can go to a zoo at home. And besides, zoos make me sad. All of these majestic animals, penned up, trapped.
Soon we find ourselves followed by two zoo employees who are directing us towards certain attractions and volunteering to flush out the animals for us that are hidden from view. What? That’s mean. Let the poor ...