House In The Wild
- Tennis Court
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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To day was a treat right from the start - no early morning wake up call! We were heading for a safari drive to the Masi river (the boundary between Kenya and Tanzania) with a picnic lunch. The disappointment of not tracking the rhino from the previous night's safari was waning but it remained the last of the big five to be spotted in the Masi Mara.
Shortly after heading off our hyena like guides (that is they didn't do a ...
... around the accommodation. Most especially the monkeys who are very keen to get into your room. There is also a hippo pool, which conveniently has a got a bar above it - there are about 60 hippos resident here. We had a very funny togs, togs, undies situation with Cindy going straight from the pool to lunch. Pip and Kate are the guest bloggers today to update you on the activities of Monday afternoon and our game drives on Tuesday. Day 1 Maasai Mara Yesterday we ...
An early safari provided more wonderful wildlife sightings before returning to camp for breakfast and heading off for a nature walk and visit to the local Maasai village with Wilson as our guide. He had a great knowledge of plants and their use by the Maasai people for medicinal purposes, cooking, dyeing cloth, repelling mosquitoes and tsetse fly and even for use as an hallucinogen when about to hunt lion (always worth knowing). He also got ...
... beautiful, endearing. It is easy to forget that we are looking at WILD life. Speaking of Disney, we got a reminder of "It's a Small World After All" when at breakfast on our last day at Olanana Lodge the family at the next table was not only from Newton, but also were relatives on the Leifer side - Glenn Weinstein is Uncle Joe Leifer's grandson. Considering that the lodge has 12 rooms total, what are the odds of that? The Serengeti-Masai Mara plain is unique ...
... experienced a different sense of moral than the one I was brought up with. People down here sometimes behave as if life down here is worth less or if they have nothing to lose. But is it really? We all just have one life and although the human body can withstand a lot, life is still vulnerable. You never know what's coming your way and no one knows what tomorrow's gonna bring. As ...