Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I hear you ask? Well only just hear...England is very far away (As my dad pointed out when I asked why he was shouting in our Skype conversation). The verdict was...It was one of the best soups I have ever tasted. Those who know me well know that I make a lot of soup at home, although I wouldn't quite consider myself an expert, I certainly know a good soup when I taste one! Okay though I do confess, maybe I didn't eat the beef in it and ignored the fact it was ...
... as herds of elephants and giraffes. The elephants, including babies, got especially close, munching on grass right in front of us. The herd animals were incredible in that there were so many of them grazing that you could literally hear the chomping 10-20 yards away. Animal Highlights: - 1 African Leopard - ~9 African Lions (2 sitting in a tree) - 2 Cheetahs (1 within 10 yards of us) - Dozens of African Elephants (several calves, one group within 10 yards of our truck) - Tons ...
... brakes and so are stuck until we get a new one. We contacted the
Mercedes garage in the capital and they are trying to find one, but
with no success so it will take about 1 month to get the part from
Germany. That was no good so asked if there is a local bearing shop
and got one of the staff to look for the bearing. Again that proved
fruitless. We now have ordered the part in the UK and my brother
... had a better sleep then the night before but the area I was lying on had chunks of grass so it was really bumpy. At 5.30 we were up at the crack of dawn and out by 6am to see the sunrise. As we left we saw the hoards of wilder beasts and zebras. They were part of the great migration which happens October-November between Kenya and Tanzania. There were so many! As we were watching them, and the hyenas scare them, the sun started to rise and I got some beautiful photos. That ...
... it clearly wasn't. Tomorrow I'm going to padlock their tent zips together hahahaha Zoe: early start this morning to head out into Lake Nakuru National Park. First stop was the old gate. Apparently in recent years the water level in the lake has risen so much that the old route is all under water, so it was cool to see all the trees and the old staff quarters half under water. Then we started our game driving around the ...