Lake Naivasha Villas
Travel Blogs from Naivasha
... 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 ...
... of the safari, where we looked around to see
many beautiful crafty things to bring back home. I picked up 2 bowls hand
crafted with animals and 4 bracelets, which the owner was willing to sell all
together for $160.00 DOLLARS! I thought that was simply too much, and way out
of my budget, so I removed the bigger bowl from my bag, to see how much the
price would drop. It did, but I still found it expensive at $100. I began to
work my bargain skills and told him ...
... But they walk down trails between the fences and make noises until the hyenas move from the resting spots under the trees so we can get a picture. I can’t help but think we wouldn’t intentionally annoy the animals like that in the states. I look around and notice none of the national Kenyans are getting this special treatment with the guides, but I guess we did pay more.
We continue walking and arrive at the ...
Remember Fred? My friendly shower spider? Well I didn’t see him for more than a week and I began to wonder if Patricia squashed him. Not everybody is as amenable to sharing their shower with spiders as I am. So I thought he was a dead duck, but he was in my shower yesterday! He was in a different corner, closer to the shower stream of water, so he looked a little in distress. He kept trying to climb up the wall, ...
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Flash floods will kill you here.
We’re hiking along and Philip wants us to make it all the way to the turnaround point, called “The Devil’s Bedroom”, a smooth room carved out of rock at the end of a stream. The clouds are gathering overhead and are making him nervous; we are at the bottom of a gorge, after all. Apparently it’s prone to severe flash flooding, which ...