Mara Intrepids Club
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... jumping demo - that they do now to graduate to manhood rather than kill a lion - and the women sang. Then we had to exit via the 'gift shop' - or market where the women sold their handicrafts (and we think that no-one there made any of the things on display) and supposedly 75% went to the fund to have a school in the village for the youngest kids so they didn't have to walk to school 15 k each way. Again, turns out this was not ...
... at 7 so I though a shower and phone charge would do but again not to be as it was still too early for the power to come on so I couldn't charge my now flat phone which is what I'm using for photos and it didn't look like the fire was going over the edge of the tents for hot water so I went back into the dining room for a hot coffee they had for us as the water was in a thermal jug. Lauren said the water should be right and to try again tonight but after a dinner ...
We leave early at 6:30 am hoping to find some predators still out from their night hunting. We aren't disappointed. Bruce spots a cheetah by the side of the road, and then we come across a pride of lions finishing up the remains if a zebra. And, nearby the lodge, we spot a leopard moving through the trees. The nearby giraffes seemed unconcerned. This was our third leopard--but like the first he proves ...
... big five and stress on it rather than just enjoy the animals for what they are! The big five comment is one of the classics that everyone who has ever been to Kruger has made, “saw the big five in one day” with a ridiculously proud smirk on their faces. Good on you! I just don't understand why it is such a big deal! Hassan said that he gets a lot of people who get really angry with him and don't tip cos they haven't seen the big five and feel ripped off. I would ...
... in the dirt watching us eat lunch. Because we were so late Dan the cook got off at the camp ground turnoff which saved us about an hour so we still had about a 2 hour game drive in Maasai Mara. The highlight on the way out at dusk was an elephant near us and making us know he wasn’t happy with us being so close and then a cheetah walked straight up beside the truck and across in front. Decided not to upgrade and were very pleased to see they had been put our tents up for ...