Leisure Lodge Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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... own culture and tribe, or at least with others who share our worldview. Or is it just a comfort zone some of us choose to step out of? I used to think it was essential to step out of my comfort zone regularly, which is partly why I travelled a lot when I was younger. Now I value the strength that comes from 'putting down roots' in my home and family life. Perhaps this trip is about affirming who we are as a family, and visiting the sites and cultures that make up who we ...
... in your tent, please don't leave any food outside of the tent, but if you do, please leave bread crumbs leading into the tent.
Why would we do that?
Just for a laugh" I was dealing with one cheeky Maasai!
I lied in my tent on my comfortable bed, with my eyes glued onto the outside, waiting for some sort of activity. Time went by and my eyes began to get heavier and heavier, and eventually I was lying there with one eye open and one eye close. I ...
... started to hurl abuse at me. The only word I recognised was ‘vitamins’ and I grasped that she was bemused and shocked that I had been throwing the
mango skin on to the road, wasting the precious vitamins.
After over 16 hours on the road, we arrived at the Beach Crab lodge in Mwera where we stayed for three nights. Here, we met Phil and Cat (English/Swedish couple), Thiamo and Kilian (German guys) who we continued to travel with to ...
... in the wild. Numerous eagles and other birds of prey stared haughtily down from tree tops and it wasn’t long before we saw our first elephant for which Tsavo is famous. If you don’t see anything else you will definitely see elephant! This one was a huge bull and showed as much interest in us as we in him. He was soon followed up with several family groups. Add to that zebra, giraffes and various types of antelope and gazelle and you have the general picture. ...
... he didn't have to do that and that taking such good care of
me was enough. I didn't want to get into the details of how I can't
bring a chicken with me to the U.S. (nor do I want to-ha).
I picked cow peas (similar to black
eyed peas) for several hours this week- spread over several days.
Again, I can't communicate with my family so mostly we just sit in
silence, which is nice in itself. I realized that I appreciate the
dim lighting ...