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As it was after driving into the Masaii Mara reserve , it was a long way back" three hours before we hit tar seal!!! That was a moment!. We all clapped. It mean no more bone shaking on the rutted mud road . Including lunch, our day late step for at least 6 hours on the road. Past towns with names such as Narok, Longonot and finally to ...
Today was another day of travel, this time on our way to Naivasha. Instead of taking the ferry this time, we drove for about seven hours to get there. Again, the drive was beautiful!
Our third and final prompt is about empowerment. So far in my posts I think I have talked about empowerment a lot. Empowerment is so interconnected with social development and informal social protection and I think this is why I feel like I have already answered this prompt. ...
... to get in the van while we were sitting in the van... I have a picture to prove it. Professor also said "stop taking pictures of me!" While I sat there snapping as many photos I could get. Our next stop was visiting the Black Sheep Ladies so it was time to go. The Black Sheep Ladies are women who make jewelry out of paper, literally paper. They also use sheep fur to make scarves, stuffed animals, etc. these woman have ...
... we saw. The Impala with their amazingly shiny and smooth coats, water buffalos looking after the flamingos near the lake and many guinea fowl/baboons crossing the tracks. We also spotted a rare white rhino resting in the afternoon sun - one of very few left in the Kenyan parks. We took a drive up to the Baboon Cliff lookout and it was STUNNING! The skies were so clear we could see the town of Nakuru and hills beyond, not ...
... for a lake safari. We were picked up by a boat guide who put orange life jackets on us. One hundred feet from shore where several fishermen were gathered we encountered a family of hippos so close. We saw many animals on shore and thousands of birds. Many were perched in dead trees that were on land before this lake rose encroaching on hundreds of feet of shoreline. We passed Crescent Island and learned that parts of the movie “Out ...