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Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve
... and went to get my luggage. We were ready to leave the hotel at 8:30 as we planned. We negotiated a taxi to take us to Wilson Airport, not too far away (another reason we chose the Fairview), and on the way negotiated the services of the driver for Thursday afternoon between the time we arrive back in Nairobi and our departure for Kigali.
At the Safarilink terminal we checked in and got our "boarding passes" which are generic and show no ...
... 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 ...
... As we headed in looking for cats as it was that time of the night they all start moving from sleeping all day. We saw 2 lions still sleeping on and off under some bushes. It was believed a cheetah was in the area but no one could actually say where. We drove on a fair way as the rain was getting heavier. Then something wasn't right under the van so mike lays down under it to try and make repairs. The rain gets heavier still and he's soaked. Other ask the problem and try to ...
... beside our jeep rather than turning back. It turned out to be the perfect view of the crossing. After lunch we had a quick drive to check out the hippos and some elephants before heading back to camp early for our last get together and sundowners drinks before dinner. Earlier david had spent some time with the chefs showing them how to make a bread crocodile which was served with ...
... area for large gatherings for various cultural practices. The Maasi people look like they live a very simple life; living off the land and herding cattle for wealth and trade. It was found that they do not eat their cattle. According to legend, cows are a sacred animal because a god told the Maasai people to protect them, for in return they would be rewarded. So as you continue to drive through the area, you will see cows being herded almost aimlessly everywhere. ...