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... by another bunch of lions on the way to lunch just relaxing in the shade of a tree which was pretty cool! We had lunch by the hippo infested river and went for a nature walk nearby with some guides and their machine guns to protect us from the lions and whatever else that might try and attack. By the end of the walk the weather had turned slightly bad, which by the time we were back on the bus had turned into a pour down! We kind of all thought ...
I don't think I'm going to appreciate and miss this experience until I'm back home. It's so amazing that we can just be driving and then see a giraffe or zebra or whatever else just on the side of the road. We arrived at Naivasha yesterday arvo but couldn't do too much because of the weather so we just visited a rose farm and chilled out. Today, though, we got up early and left at 8 to go for a safari walk through crater lake national park. We were able to walk along ...
... don't often come to fresh water lakes so we were really lucky. There were both the lesser and greater flamingos, the lesser are more pink and short and the greater are taller but white, they have these bright pink legs and this big flash of pink under their wings. That afternoon we arrived at our camp for lunch and got to have afternoon free, i hade a ...
... supper, thankfully we'd already put our mosquito nets up so were (mostly) free of them as we slept, though the holes in the nets were a bit unhelpful! The next morning we set of bright and early on bicycles to Hells Gate National Park where you can walk or bike since the are no predators. It's supposedly the park that the scenery for the Lion King was set and which I can well believe, though we were told that various different rocks were Pride Rock ...
Today we woke up around 5am to
get ready to leave to Lake Nakuru National Park by 6am, since the safari place
was three hours away. We were all very excited to see the animals roaming
around the park, taking pictures nonstop, creating memories.
We stopped by a cliff and got out
of the van to take pictures of the beautiful paradise in front of us. Some were
taking selfies, others were enjoying the view, while I noticed a baboon coming
up the cliff and took ...