Ngulia Safari Camp
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... It was nearly 100 ft or may be more away from us. I used binoculars and maximum zoom of my camera to see it closely. That was not a fun part just a satisfaction of seeing a rhino.
We then went somewhere with a lot more greener view. But we could not spot any animals there. Perhaps, because of the dense trees none were visible or they were away partying somewhere else. But they had Baboons there and a sign board to beware of them. ...
... kinds of chemicals in them, and we had to shelter our eyes from the smoke. We commented on a child who was standing in the kitchen in her secondary school uniform-why wasn’t she in school? The manager replied that her family could no longer afford the fees, so she had to drop out-a real tragedy which could so easily be avoided with the right support. When we talked to the manager, he expressed his desire to see the centre expanded to include dormitories, so ...
... here so the linen has stuck to her clammy knockers and the sweat from her bum crack. She truly is a sight I will remember forever.
This evening I told a woman she was an ignorant ***** too. She refused to allow me to get a plate at dinner as she was queueing for food and was stood In front of the plates. I asked nicely and she just turned away. I think she was from Russia so I'm assuming she was queueing for bread. Judging by her carb heavy ballast it had to be bread.
... lunch. It's a la carte too not buffet a quick swim then off.
We went on a 4pm game run. Saw a million wonderful things and took a million amazing pictures. But the most incredible thing we saw was two male giraffes fighting. It was something I have seen on tv but never in my dreams did I ever think I would be lucky enough to witness in the wild. I am in awe.
Back to shower then for food. 5 courses sat overlooking the river. Met met a cat that lives her called ...
... We wait in a dinghy cafe bar [only one open] from 4am until 6.3Oam to wait for daylight before moving off. We manage to get plenty of money out of the ATMs which was another big relief after one of them declined our cards! We think we will be getting about 13O shillings to the GB pound.
We get a taxi to the centre of Nairobi to pick up a Matatus [small 14 seater mini bus] to Naivasha. Taxi cost us 2,OOO shillings and the Matatus cost us 75O [driver charged us 15O for ...