Jock Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... The pink morning glories, which grow out of a bulb and are a single flower close to the ground, are a favorite of the elephants. People also jssd to dig up the bulbs during times.of drought as they contain a lot of water. Wild sage here bas.a.fresh, lemony smell, and when rubbed on the skin, acts as a mosquito repellant. We also saw millipedes. Mad picked up a milipede and stroke it with his finger. It immediately began wriggling like a snake. It ...
... and Egyptian Duck. Our
highlight was seeing 3 lions give up on their attempt to catch a
Wildebeest. We did not see the actual chase but caught them as they
were slinking off in disgust. Finally we saw a male Lion by the side
of the road that was definitly not well. He had damage to one rear
leg and was panting away like mad. We heard that they were waiting
for the vet to attend him. We then settled down for the night at ...
... house, that has a large.kitchen and pantry, 3 bathrooms, 2.with showers, 2 with toilets, an office, a lecture.area, two bedrooms.fullof bunk beds (I bunk.with 5 others), and a.large covered patio.area with several long tables.pushed together where we eat, can lounge on makeshift couches and.play ping pong, pool, or various other games. Staff houses are next to the main house. There is no fence.around the house so in the morning we sometimes.see.evidence ...
... fall into the upper 30s F and would climb into the 80s F in the afternoon, so we had to dress in layers. We would split up into three vehicles and head out on safari at 6:30am while it was still dark. Our three amazing rangers, Craig, Mike and Byron, drove the Land Rovers. There was a seat mounted on the front of the vehicle where our African tracker would sit. Both the ranger and the tracker would carefully examine the dirt road for tracks left by animals ...
Today is my first full safari day. I am hoping to see a lion. I had been to Africa in 1988 but never saw a lion. Spoiler alert: I saw lots of lions. It was a pride sitting along the side of the road blending in with the colors of the landscape. Lunch was at the visitors center. Sharing lunch with us were the monkeys. And I do ...