Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Babysitting service
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... d get so close to a wild crocodile, we were literally a few metres away. We also saw a dead elephant's bones as you can see in the pics.
We arrived back all in one piece and chilled again around the river watching the sun set and the stars come out. We then had dinner, this time joined by Patrick our driver as it was his last evening with us (he normally did his own ...
... off! But once we got closer, they started moving away and their bums wobble so much when they run, it's hilarious. Down the road, there was another group of zebras, when one of them dropped to the ground. I was worried that it was sick, but as we watched on, it started rolling around in the red dirt, doing sideways rollie-pollies. It was so hilarious!!! Then the other two got on the ground and started doing the same.... Our lunch stop was a giant rock, called Mudanda ...
... to a coleslaw, this was followed by bean soup - really different and tasty. Although Chris was convinced that there was traces of mud in there and that's why we had to eat it outside in the relative dark. The main course was a beef stew with roasted potatoes - my favourite. It was just delicious - "chakula njema" or Bon Appetit! The portions were huge and we couldn't even finish the meal, as hard as we tried. So as to not waste more food, we asked to share our dessert, jam ...
Evans really turned on the speed. After about twenty minutes of his crazy driving across wet roads and around blind curves on mountain traverses full of wild and unpredictable animals, I told him that he was going to kill us all, and that he should just take us to Nairobi without visiting the springs. I wasn’t willing to cause the death of part or all of my family to see a couple of hippos. He then slowed down to a more reasonable pace, and the ...
... theme in every decoration possible) we devoured our lunch and then prepared for our next game drive at 4:00. This time, the highlight was seeing a lioness. It was absolutely fantastic and she came so (scarily) close to our van. I swear that literally all the vans in the park were gathered around her, each of which was maneuvering every minute or so trying to get a better picture. We left the drive just after sunset which was lovely, until Joseph pointed out a ...