Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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This is the park where man eating lions stalked the workers building the railway. There was a movie made. Hope we see one! On the way an elephant walked across the road directly in front of our vehicle, like 30 feet from us! We also got a glimpse of Mount Kilimanjaro before the clouds obscured it from view. Pretty impressive mountain! Saw new animals today, called ...
This is our second day on safari in Tsavo National Park in Kenya. Yesterday we were in East Tsavo, where the terrain is flat and sparse, much like Central Australia, and today we're in the West, a more mountainous and green area with stunning scenery. The temperature has dropped dramatically from being very warm and humid, to being quite clear and cool at this ...
... and rearing them to sell the eggs and the chickens themselves to make money. They would also like to buy a 'shamba', a piece of land to grow vegetables on which they can then sell. Long term, Madam Loice's passion for this never seems to end, but she would like to build somewhere for some children to sleep at the school, so they can be looked after and can do their homework without having to worry about other troubles. Our plans for the week were brought to an abrupt halt on ...
... End of Days". A former Genetech employee (in the oncology area) who is now getting her Phd was also part of our group. She had attended a conference on health in Nairobi and then went to Campi ya Kanzi for a bit of rest and relaxation.
You can imagine how thought provoking our discussions were at breakfast and dinner! It seemed there were a few meals in which no one wanted to leave the table. We could ...
... They have been burning the grass on their side of the hill. The area soon sprouts new grass, which attracts the wildlife to come over and graze. The Maasai rangers do a good job of patrolling the area and keeping the wildlife on the Maasai side, but our feeling is that it is an on-going conflict that will not be easily resolved.
After lunch back at the camp, we went with Pashiet to his local village. It ...