Elephant Pepper Camp
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Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve
... a male and two females heading across the plane.By a pool we see two beautiful crowned cranes, very well named.
Then we cross paths with a lioness on the prowl; she is focused and heading in a straight line. Later we see a line of four elephants, wet on the lower half of their bodies: they have just crossed the river. We see groups of hyenas, giraffes in small groups, herds of buffalo that watch us carefully as we approach – buffalo ...
Go away birds (warn if lions close by)
Long claw (yellow birds on bush)
White belly bustard
Lilac crested roller ( bird in tree)
Lions and Cubs
... I was sitting and drinking some tea, overlooking the beautiful scenery. One of the workers from the camp asked to sit down next to me and chat. Absolutely. He asked about the animals that we have in Canada and then asked questions like "could a lion live in Canada?". I told him that it was quite cold, but I said that we do have zoos where I've seen all of these animals before. It wasn't nearly the same. Looking out on the plain and seeing giraffes, ...
... turned on at 4.30pm and the fire under it kept stoked but no matter how long I waited or which tap was on or off I never did get that hot water. So after a quick bird bath of cold water agin I crawled into bed. I had to charge anything I needed charged quickly as the generator only ran power in evenings from 6.30-10pm then lights and power out and back to torches.
Oh well I plan to sleep a long night so not to worry night yawn yawn.
Oh and ps.... Real toilets again ha ha ha save the ...
... badly we kept asking the driver when we would be there and he would respond by laughing. I thought, we’ve got to be close, how long can you take a dirt road for? It turns out, for a long time! We finally arrived to the gate of the Massai Mara National Reserve.
Our driver got out to check into the park. We had our windows open for air circulation the entire way. Well, we didn’t close them when we parked. All of the sudden we were attacked by Maasai ...