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TravelPod Member ReviewsJacana Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Park
Nice lodge, good food, very remote
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... It was so good and only cost about 50p. Then we went quad biking or three hours which was so cool. We went all through the local villages and farms. The best bit, I thought, was seeing all the kids coming running out of the houses as soon as they heard the sound of a quad coming their way. It was so cute, they all chased us down the paths even though they really had no chance of catching us. We stopped at a local shop for a coke and all ...
... water buffaloes, 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 ...
... said I could go down the road and get some money out. As if this was going to happen, there was no way I was going to leave my licence behind never to see it again. I continued pleading my case and they kept replying about ten times they were going to have to write me a ticket. I still hadn't picked up the bribe hints and they proceeded to write the ticket. By this stage I was just plain worried and directly asked if we could sort something out- they were ...
... finally get a photo of a leopard! Well, the lion walked near the tree and the leopard jumped down and fled across the fields. The lion gave chase for a little while but then turned back. This all transpired in a short period of time so alas, no photos, but it was very cool to witness firsthand.
In another area of the park we continued to see lions and even a few sleeping in the cactus trees. What an amazing safari experience!
... a fetal heart with a road and horns,clinic room, full of children,call to prayers from the mosque and general hub bub of HIV and malaria clinics. The majority of ladies I saw were HIV positive. By lunchtime there was a midwife and a patient in early labour on delivery suite, so I made my way there to see if I could be any use. I was sent to the village for coca cola where I was a novelty. It was again very friendly and I met a lady I looked after yesterday in the shop. A few of the ...