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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... elephant ring. I am amazed at the customer service here. Several of the staff I ran into remembered us and asked if we had a good safari! The bar waitress even remembered what we had ordered for snacks during our last visit. Amazing. One last swim in that warm pool, with a glass of wine and shared a bag of chips. We hadn't had anything since breakfast. Back to the Exchange Bar for munchies and then an early morning wake up call for our flight to ...
... I saw a lot of donkeys, cows and goats. We arrived at our campsite at 10:30am and set up our tents. I'm sharing a tent with Sarah and she showed me how to put these tents up. Once the tents were up and our bags and matrices were inside the tents we met by the truck. At 11:30am we spilt into groups of five and went on a boat tour of Lake Naivasha. We saw hippos, spotting ibis, lovebirds, fish Eagles (that swooped down and catch the ...
Two weeks had gone so fast. It felt like only a couple a days ago I was on route to the airport in upstate New York. Reality hits when you wake up in the middle of the bush, you are allowed to think without the implications of social media and wifi. When I don't have the luxury of wifi and those things I don’t really miss it. However I do miss people all over the world that I have met on my travels. It is never easy saying ...
... a night flight but no pillows and only 3 blankets on the whole plane!
Arriving in Nairobi was a breeze - given that there was only 23 of us - and we appeared to be the only non Kenyans - so no hassle to queues to get our visas. Given it was 1am customs had closed up shop for the night so we just cruised through. We had a pick up arranged so were taken directly to the hotel. We had to doge the local airport zebras on the way out of the car park!
... Naivasha. The lake is home to many forms of life and our lodge was right smack in the middle of it. It was a little surreal as we came into the lodge and saw zebras and waterbuck (sort of like antelope) just in front of the lodges. Our lodges are quite posh with fresh flowers, beautiful wood floors, wood fireplaces in the main lodge, huge overstuffed couches for reading, a lovely bar, and delicious food. The staff is friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable. They will take you to ...