Voyager Ziwani, Tsavo West
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... rest in the water. Although I couldn't capture it well, I got a glimpse of that really ugly but cute creature.
After nearly 4 hours of our safari, we came out, me with a fulfilled heart and John with a heavy wallet. We came out from the main entrance which was nicely decorated and more lively than the one we entered with. But the back gate had it own benefits. We had 2 more hours in hand. Instead of Giraffe centre, I decided to have ...
... be ground into a flour-it was nice to be doing something practical, that helped them. However, we were pretty wimpy and soon had blisters!
The manager of the project then took us on a walk to the health centre. On the way, many children from the local schools came out to see us, and others followed us a long way down the road. When we arrived, the clinic officer showed us around. There was a lot going on in one place-a room for injections and treating ...
... be whisked round the airport on the back of a golf cart. I will be like the Hoff (with out the wee patch. Although there could be risk of losing the trouble maker. Don't let me down immodium.)
I wanna get out and about so subtly make huge amounts of noise to try and wake Mr Narcalepsy. I cough. Drop stuff on the balcony. Make a few moaning noises about my stomach. ******* loudly has ceased to be an option since I can not longer let fluffy off the lead without an immodium ...
10/01/2013 Samburu intrepids camp.
Last nights sleep was an experience. We are in these amazing tents in the middle of the samburu so the electricity get switched off at midnight. It was an experience to lie in a tent in pitch black and hear what can only be described as something being ripped apart. There was howling, screaming and ooh ooh oohing. It was monkeys and baboons.
It was a tad unnerving to start with and then I just thought about the ...
... rift valley we see quiet a lot of zebras. Yippee our first wildlife sighting.
We are dropped off in the middle of Naivasha and soon get directions from a local lady on where to pick up the next mini van to the Lake and Top Camp where we are going to stay. We are charged 24O shillings for 3 seats [1 for the luggage!].
It is a long walk uphill with our luggage and once at the top it takes some time to find the owner. We have a small wooden cottage with a ...