The Bay Leaf Boutique Hotel
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... someone is going to put up our tents and doing the cooking...bliss. We are getting spoilt! Leaving early so to get the 5 hour drive to the park gates done before lunch. Easy drive as the roads to the parks are well maintained. Stopped at a picnic stop overlooking the crater and had a great deal of interest from the locals....black tailed kites and Marabou storks. The kite dived ...
... sorry and kept apologising but after that episode I didn't feel comfortable in the market anymore so we left.
We stopped at a small boutique selling sodas and noticed that alcohol was also on sale: gin, whiskey, the whole lot. We asked Alex who said alcohol was a problem in remote communities where men drink to much and get excited and into trouble. In one nonth in particular, there will be presidential elections in in TZ and after 40 years of dominance of ...
... the plastic liner come out and does the outer thing have a bottom? Me: what??!!!! Why does this matter? S: why are you asking all these questions about our trash can? K: so we were in bed and I remembered that I left chocolate in my bag and I didn't want the ants to get to it. So I asked Bryan if I should put it in the fridge. I did that, and also told Bryan to close the mosquito net around our bed cuz you guys said the nets were closed around your beds. S: well yea ...
... two people and Glory was becoming tired after a busy day. As we said our goodbyes, Glory lifted her arms for Shirley to pick her up. She planted a gentle kiss on Shirley’s cheek – a memory that will last a very long time. Doreena had been quiet for the most part of our visit, but when Shirley went to her to say goodbye, the hug that she gave meant no words were needed. Both women understood exactly what the other was saying!
What an incredible ...
... out of wet season) "real Africa" as our driver called it, we arrived at our lodge, where everyone is again very warm and friendly. We've got a nice room which after the posh hotel in Nairobi looks a bit basic, but I'm sure that when we come back here in a week after the climb will seem like ultimate luxury :-) First thing we did was of course have a long nap, we were both still very tired. Then we had a yummy lunch and a pre-climb briefing, followed by a few errands. ...