Ngulia Safari Camp
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... Damn we were had again!
We soon entered the Rift Valley and searched for our next home. We finally found it. It was obvious that the staff that met with us were a bit bewildered as they were not expecting any guests. The place looked a bit disheveled so we ask if we could see our room and left our luggage behind. We received an information card as we passed what was apparently the office and perhaps the restaurant. We were led a distance to find some ...
... eggs and bananas, however I opted against them feeling not very hungry this morning.
Joe arrived on African time (30 minutes late) at 10a to begin our orientation. He spent most of his time scaring my students about safety and security. I appreciate his stress put on this issue but it got a few of them really upset and nervous. I tried to calm them and reassure them the best I could. There is no doubt this is an extremely dangerous country so ...
... them, they wouldn’t have lunch-what would you do in that situation? I decided to buy a hippo that I didn’t really want or need, but I figured it was only £1 in English money for a lot of hard work! You are also expected to barter, which I was hopeless at, so just accepted them for their first price This was a bad mistake, I spent far too much money!
We then ...
... picks us up and set off on our underwater adventure. I'm very excited, The Dr is on edge. On route to the dive centre we pick up a very large German man with fabulous breasts. Through his slightly see through t-shirt he has nips like salami slices. Although he may have stolen these from his morning buffet.
We pick up a very animated Austrian woman and her fella, a German couple and a couple called robin and Lorraine from Norfolk.
We arrive and get our wet suits on ...
... our game runs. Result. No Madge from Benidorm on this trip - like the rough leather look woman on last years Nile trip.
As we left Nairobi airport we saw a giraffe eating in the field. This turned out to be the only exotic animal we would see today. Seriously not even lizard.
We went just outside the airport to outspan big 5 hotel for breakfast and freshen up. So breakfast and a wash and the other stuff associated with a long flight which made me feel very comfortable ...