Olive Gardens Hotel
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... even though he wasn't coming... After a long discussion, he agreed that maybe Dad didn't need to pay for someone that wasn't even going. We drove to the Lake and saw thousands of Flamingoes. I love them so much! When Hassan said we could go right up to the water, I started walking but looked down to see this dark brown muddy stuff. I asked and turns out the ground around the whole lake is Flamingo poo that has dried up on the top and is still fresh underneath. Our ...
*All game drives as will be detailed in the itinerary.
*Bottled water each for the safari.
*Start and end of safari in Nairobi.
*Transfers between airport and your hotel in Nairobi.
Money for tips,soft drinks or alcoholic drinks, visit to the Masai ...
... holding on to the pellet to keep her near me. First time in Africa, bitten by a penguin. Second time, a giraffe. I can only imagine what I’ll be bit by next. The woman who worked at the giraffe center also gave us a brief lecture about them. Some things I learned about giraffes: there are several different kinds of them, and the ones that we saw were called Rothschild giraffes, which can be distinguished by their white socks. Also, ...
... s difficult to determine who was having more fun - the kids or the team.
When we were done, we had a typical Kenyan lunch - cabbage, a potato stew, some meat, beans, two kinds of rice, and watermelon, mango and pineapple for dessert. They also had Pepsi, Sprite and sparkling water for us to drink. By this time, it was 3 PM and time to get back to Nairobi, where we hit bad traffic. A 35-minute trip took ...
... the rebooking process, and double checked with me that this was what I wanted. Yes, it was. She told me she would have to send it to the central office to check if there would be rebooking charges; that would be their call. I asked her if she had included the fact that the circumstances had been out of our control. She had. I thanked her, leaving my phone and e-mail so she could notify me when a response came back, then walked down to the street to ...