House In The Wild

Olerai Farm, Narok, 00502, Kenya | Rental
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    The Big 5 and The Circle of Life

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Aug 05, 2014

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    When one comes to Africa for wildlife viewing, you always hear about "The Big 5." These were the 5 animals most likely to stomp, gore, or maul a hunter to death, and, so, were considered the biggest trophy. These are Cape Buffalo, Rhinoceros, Elephant, Leopard and Lion. Today any 5- year-old can sit in a safari jeep and watch them from 15 feet away. It feels very Disney-like and in our jeep we regularly hear adjectives describing the wildlife as cute, ...


    A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Jul 25, 2014

    So in the morning I heard that a German tourist was shot to death in Mombasa. Her Ugandan friend was shot in the neck and managed to go to hospital by boda boda. They stole the victims money and the camera. Wow. This is what you take a persons life for? It's cruel. There wasn't even space for negotiation as the victim was shot in the head from behind. Gutless. Ever since I came to ...

    Masai Mara

    A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jun 21, 2014

    ... they are proper mud huts and last up to 8 years before another one has to be built. The latest wife lives in the house with the husband and any children under 12, they sleep in separate rooms and the male children sleep with the dad and girls with the mum. All other wives and children over 12 sleep at the grandmothers house. The first game drive was a success and we saw a lion as well as all the usual game. Our camp ...

    Masai Mara

    A travel blog entry by jbknorris on Mar 12, 2014

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    ... What was even more atmospheric is the thunderstorm beginning around us in the plain as we were with them. We then had to leave as the storm was closing in and the roads become impossible with rain in our minibus. On the way out we also saw 2 elephants fighting and another pair of lions. As the camp is next to the park and there are no fences we have to be careful for elephants and leopards. There are Masai guards to stop that ...

    Days 5/6 Masai Mara

    A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Jan 25, 2014

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    ... our campsite at the other side, spotting giraffe and elephants along the way. Tents up, tea made and served, and an early night. The next morning three 4x4s picked us up from camp at 6am to take us into the Mara for the day. The drivers were Maasai men from the village we had visited. We had an amazingly lucky morning. The first good spot was a group of hyenas heading back to their burrow after a ...