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TripAdvisor Reviews Mara West Masai Mara National Reserve
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... a quick look around hippo point, a u-shaped bend in the river where a pod of hippos lives in the deep water. They watched us as we watched them.
Returning to the reception area where, after the staff turned on the electrical generator to allow for electricity, Internet access, and credit card verification, I swiped my card and paid for our stay. This reservation had been done so much at the last minute, that there had not been time to pay in advance as ...
... tons of warthogs, some amazing feeding lions, vultures... see photos, We got back after dark - kept checking with Stephen if he knew where he was as the park gates close at 6:30 and we were close to 7 by now - he asked if we'd had lots to eat at lunch in case we had to stay the night.:) Ended the night early after an amazing dinner of Moroccan style lamb stew and stir fried garlic prawns - not bad for camp ...
... everywhere. The zebras were braying and calling out to each other, in what i can only describe as a effort to rally the troops, then they spent the next few hours going back and forth from one end of the band to the other but never crossing the river. The wilderbeast were the same they would charge at the river like they were going to cross then you would see the leader turn around then just start running at full pace in ...
... There was a male with two females and another male was sleeping further away. The two males were brothers. Female lions will always be attracted to the stronger male which meant the brother on his own was the hunter for the pride and the stronger lion reproduced. We parked right next to them and in about 5 minutes they woke. The female circled the males a few times to show her interest and they began to mate - all of about 30 ...
... of him. The safari trip lasted for nearly three hours. I was so happy to see so many different types of animals, especially the hippo, since this is slowly turning out to be my favorite animal.
As quickly as it may seem, this is the last week I will be in Kenya. Time has flown by and before I know it I will be back home settling back into a routine again. This last week is going to a mixture of working with the students and going to the hospital ...