Kudu Lodge & Camp
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Amazing! Service, food, grounds - this place is an oasis. The Tembo Rooms are great for families. Luxurious and comfortable. Highly recommend.
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I have to admit something. I cry. A lot. For those of you who know me, this is not a surprise. I cry at TV shows and commercials (even comedies like Modern Family and How I Met Your Mother get me). I cry at goodbyes. I cry when I'm tired. My mother always comments that I never have tissues with me, and she is forever bailing me out when the tears …
Sadly we leave the Serengeti today, has been wonderful and been super cool to have been so close to wild animals! Awesome safari, we did another small game drive this morning on the way out and stopped at the Ngorongoro crater lookout before heading to our next campsite. Saw mongoose this morning as well as elephants chase Lions away, which was …
... of lions :) This time we did see a lion comfortably resting in the tree with a lioness - we think we interrrupted special mummy and daddy time! This pride was just as big as we had seen previously, with all the lionesses scattered over the surrounding rock formations. Ultimately lions are really really lazy - they eat and then just rest for the rest of the day… I guess life is good when you are the king!
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... the sound of a warm Southern night. I could imagine curling up there in the cozy warm darkness with the crickets singing me to sleep. But since it was 90 degrees outside and even hotter inside, we wanted to get out ASAP. The walls of the village are made of sticks and mud surrounded by thorny acacia branches, their version of barbed wire. Outside the village we went to the warrior's kitchen, which is two pots boiling under a tree. This is out of sight of the village ...
... through the trucks we finally found a spot where we could see one, which despite seeing one up close previously was still really special.
We then began our drive back up the crater wall to camp for lunch reflecting on a truly amazing safari, our guide said he had never known a group so lucky to see so many different things in one trip.
Our lunch was another extravagant feast of vegetable rice with amazing beef and a mixed vegetable stew. We packed up our tents and got in ...