Jacana Safari Lodge
Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park
... saw buffalos, antelopes, a curious bull elephant, and birds. No lions. While slightly disappointed, we returned to the lodge the with high hopes for tomorrow.
Lions 1, Us 0.
After lunch, we headed out to a crater lake where locals worked furiously during the dry season collecting salt. The salt, we learned, is exported throughout eastern and central Africa. For local ...
... villages now that they had finished their education as the extended families could take them back now that the basic education was completed. I struggle to understand how they have left them there, but I guess I do not fully understand the culture and financial pressures on the families here. They were all packed and excited to be leaving. The captain and Immaculate the were a bit tearful about saying goodbye to the children as they had been caring ...
... a slight panic when Paul realised he had lost his wallet! After him retracing his route, and having al be staff at the hostel searching.....he was literally walking back inside the hotel, with all hope lost when Hayley found them in her bag. Deary me! The children love the pool! Even though many can't swim. Sharon gave Nickson and Gift a swimming lesson, and she said they did remarkably well! It turns out Lorna is like a fish in water. After doing about 10 ...
... them, spoiled them and told them how beautiful they are and how God (and also we) loves them so much. The kids LOVED this evening so very much and they've been so happy (what an answered prayer!!!) that we now want to do this every second Thursday evening with a different class from the Primary boarding-kids. It was such a blessing both,for them and for us. It was so touching. Amazing. This is how we give our best to make a difference and change something, with God's ...
... these farms are able to produce.
We so much appreciate the work that is being done by people like Madrine and Fredie. Indigenous support is so important for developing countries. It is one thing to bring in support from the outside, but another thing to see brother helping brother. One of the girls Fredie is helping is still in school, supporting herself with chickens to pay her school fees. It is a labor of love in Christ's name.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJacana Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Park
Nice lodge, good food, very remote
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