House In The Wild

Olerai Farm, Narok, 00502, Kenya | Rental
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Masai Mara

A travel blog entry by lottieuganda

From Lake Nakuru we headed towards the famous Masai Mara, via Lake Naivasha where we stayed for 2 nights. Other than seeing lots of hippos, including 2 out of the water whilst on a hippo cruise, I spent most of my time relaxing by the pool at the campsite since I'd already explored the area with Helen and Nina. The day we drove into the Mara was a very exciting one, what struck me initially was the amazing landscape and ...

Masai Mara

A travel blog entry by jbknorris


... of a local Masai village including traditional (growling) war dances, going around the wooden houses, seeing the rest of the village and them trying to sell us everything. They got us involved in some celebration dancing ( pretty much whooping, holding hands and hopping in a circle)and a height jumping competition?! also I got offered a wife, so long as I kill a lion or pay 10 cows. That afternoon we went to the Masai mara park ...

Sleeping with the Maasai

A travel blog entry by daveanddale

... the women to build their houses. Went inside on of these very small smoky dark mud brick homes. Because they are polygamous each house has a bed for the husband and 1 wife and her kids, calves and goats. The husband rotates around the wives and their houses. Normal dowry price is 10 cattle. A rich man would have 1000 cattle. After tea sat around the campfire while Steve told us about their ...

Masai Mara, Kenya

A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz


First chance to see some of the big 5 today. The big 5 are Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant and Rhino. They are the big 5 not because they are literally the biggest in the wild, rather that they are the 5 toughest animals to hunt. Animal spotting in the road... were mostly donkey, cows and goats. But we did manage to see a bunch of Zebras and about 7 Giraffes in the distance. Animal spotting in the Masai Mara game reserve: Zebra - as a defensive ...

One to cross off bucket list

A travel blog entry by lindb


... a cuppa tea and biscuits and safety briefing we were ready to hop in and lift off. Sue was concerned about getting in the basket spoke with Pete our Pilot and he suggested she "pre load" which basically means crawl in the basket whilst it is on it's side then as the balloon is raised, the basket tips onto it's base. This was great for Sue, but she did keep being kicked in the head with the guys putting up the balloon, they kept forgetting she ...


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