Uris Safari Lodge
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... the park. Most of the animals must not be morning people either; they were pretty quiet and we didn't see a whole lot. Some birds, some giraffe, a few zebra... and how jaded am I that after two days on safari, I'm already blasť about giraffes and zebras? But seriously, they're everywhere, they don't run away when the trucks go by, and we actually started having to pass them by in order to look for other animals. At one point we almost saw a leopard; another truck was stopped ...
Up at 5 to see first light over the water hole ,.... nothing there. Breakfast - hate bus loads of people!!! especially Germans and they are prolific! onto Namutoni via all the water holes, some good others barren, loads of giraffe, springbok, kudu, impala, zebra, wildebeest, banded mongoose, elephant and birds. Lunch ...
... of his next move while we all gasped in excitement!
Was he thinking of charging us or of something else! Who knows but he must have been hungrier than menacing since he rapidly changed his course and continued on with his business! After all, food was right in front of him!
A brief stop was made next to a ...
... each one of them having private balconies and fences made out of small tree branches a good ten feet high for added privacy! As for doors, they were big patio doors allowing more light inside the rooms. And then, the moment of truth! The key was put in the keyhole and the sliding doors pushed wide open!
The room was outstanding! Pure luxury in the middle of ...
But I wasn’t here to stay in my room and be all cooped in. After putting down our bags and rapidly changing our clothes, we were out the door exploring the enclosed resort/campground in search of new sightings.
A big swimming pool looked quite inviting and refreshing! But why waste my time and energy swimming when ...
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