Ol-Moran Tented Camp
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This had all been a trap. We told him we had bought enough Masai stuff lately and turned around to go back and have lunch. In the afternoon we drove around the park and spotted more wildlife until about 3 and then we left to go back to the resort. On the way, Hassan said we were going to get something to drink, so we stopped at a little place along the road. When we got out of the car I thought to myself, this is a strange place to have a drink. ...
... necessary. After a quick stop we headed to our lunch destination, which was fantastic. I had a delicious tuna sandwich. The restaurant had a large shop that housed many fabrics, jewelry, statues and so on. We had a chance to just relax and take in the scenery. Next stop was the Giraffe Centre. It was amazing seeing these tremendous mammals browse around the field. We had ...
... certain situations? Even though I never felt anxious or unsafe, after awhile it just seemed like because of all of the chaos a riot or something might break out, but thankfully never happened. After awhile we found out that the traffic jam had happened because of flooding from rain earlier that day and insufficient infrastructure to accommodate the excess water. A bridge had washed out and there were no alternative routes for the traffic. I felt such a profound sense of privilege ...
The team departed the hotel early this morning, heading to the Kangemi section of Nairobi to be with the saints at Harvest Centre International Fellowship. This has become an annual event as Pastor John preaches in both services after he introduces the team. The Centre meets in a metal building and, by the end of the second service, there were a lot of heavy eyelids due to the ...
... relation to our Lynn) and her 16 month old son Jock, were eager to take the feed pellets right out of our hands - see photos. Joanne wasn't too keen to get licked with that big blue tongue. :) Second stop - The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust with 28 orphan elephants. We saw them in 2 batches of 14 - the first batch with the littler ones, under 2 years and then the older group. The smallest was only a few weeks old. Lots of the babies seem to have been rescued after falling down ...