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... home. We encountered zillions of wildebeest stampeding in the dark with their eyes glowing. And most amazing there were rabbits everywhere. How do rabbits survive this jungle?
In an hour, we were relieved to be back at the Mara Kima Tent Camp. We had a vegetarian dinner of potatoes, green beans with corn and spinach. We found our way to our tents in the darkness with help from the security person. James had to take our guide back to his camp outside the park. He ...
... They must go down a steep embankment, swim the fast flowing river and climb the embankment on the other side. Quite often there are crocodiles waiting in the river and lions waiting on the other side so it is a risky venture. However, he was determined and charged down the bank. This prompted the others to follow and soon we had 80 wildebeest charging down the bank, into the river and climbing the opposite bank. ...
... Buffett ready for us then we changed into 2 smaller vans again to head down to Maasai Mara and our accommodation for the next 2 nights. This was a very dusty dry arid land around Narok region.
A very different drive nothing like what I was expecting to drive into the Mara. I did know they were dirt roads and that they were going to be fairly bumpy.....but oh wow
It was a mix of a rollercoaster that didn't stop, bushbashing to extreme being thrown around and sand dune ...
... we saw tons of monkeys that would practically come right up to you. The one had a baby and it was so adorable. One monkey took my cucumber from my Bloody Mary and ate it! They were very cute and obviously know that the humans feed them.
After the pool we jumped on the safari and it started pouring rain. It was fine; we left our rooftop open except when it got really rainy. That night we saw all sorts of jungle animals including an elephant and four lions. They ...
... animals just as we landed as they had a few emergency breaking situations in the last couple of weeks when an oblivious zebra or two have made themselves comfy on the runway. Immediately I was so excited for what I was going to experience during my couple of days in the mara.
Again the couple I flew in with, from Pennsylvania, became my safari buddies for the next few days, along with a guy from Liechtenstein. They were an adorable couple and I quickly became known as ...