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    Re: Moremi in the Wet Season VLog

    Thanks for taking me Back to wonderful wet Moremi through Your beautiful vlog!
  2. Re: Trip Kgalagadi to Mabuasehube and back to Gauteng April 2020 holiday

    Whatever you do, don't run...
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    Re: CKGR after LOCKDOWN: Trip Report.

    Thanks alot for this lovely Report. Green with envy [emoji6]
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    Re: Hwange Ramblings trip report

    A wealth of beautiful Fotos, full of atmosphere!! You really know how to capture a special moment. Thanks for taking me back to amazing hwange
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    Re: Guma Lagoon and Savuti Sept 2017

    That croc portrait is awesome!
    Thanks for sharing
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    Re: Kgalagdi Dreaming Trip report

    Brilliant Fotos, really! Thanks so much.
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    Re: Botswana February 2020 trip

    Peter, thanks a lot for this 2nd part of your report with beautiful video and fotos. We really enjoyed traveling with you through wonderful green moremi!
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    Re: ZAMBIA 2018, a late trip report

    I am following your trip report with much interest. Thanks a lot!
  9. Re: TR Kenya Dec/Jan 20: of roaring rivers, a muddy Mara and 50 shades of green

    No problem at all ortelius [emoji846]
  10. Re: TR Kenya Dec/Jan 20: of roaring rivers, a muddy Mara and 50 shades of green

    Hi Kalica,thanks for your nice comment. I am not sure what you mean with "being locked in" as far as time is concerned. As far as I know you have to be back at both public and private campsite at a...
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    Our drive back to Nairobi was uneventful. Shortly after Sekenani the road is brand-new tar, thank God, we were not too keen on spending time on murram roads again.
    Traffic on the A104 after Mai...
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    On our second-last day we went to the Serena Lodge for a sundowner. It has a truely lovely location on the very top to of a hill with impressive views onto the plains. We saw tiny elephants and...
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    One day we ventured as far as south as Olare and Kiboko special campsite. We especially liked Kiboko which is not as open as Dirisha but right on top of the steep riverbank, you are much closer to...
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    Next morning our lion brothers were still there and their mother was with them! The three looked lean and healthy although I guess it is not an easy time for them with all the wildebeest gone, the...
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    Very much pleased with this day's encounters we turned into Dirisha access road when Matthias shouted "Lions!" and indeed, 2 young male lions were lying right in the middle of the road and studying...
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    7-10 Jan Mara Triangle, Dirisha campsite

    Today we would move to our private campsite and we did so with much expectation - Oloololo has fantastic views but feels not so isolated and you do hear...
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    On our 2nd day at Oloololo we headed to Olare Saltlick as I had read this was an area attracting a lot of game. The gamedrive was very quiet, both in terms of wildlife and other vehicles, we only met...
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    We soon discovered that we had to stick to the main roads as most of the minor tracks were inaccessible due to the abundant rain of the past months and the same went for Eluai campsite, where we...
  24. Re: TR Kenya Dec/Jan 20: of roaring rivers, a muddy Mara and 50 shades of green

    Our rating of the Aberdares:
    A gem of a park with very few visitors. The thick jungle-like vegetation is breath-taking and viewing elephant and and buffalo in these surroundings is very different...
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    3 Jan: Kembu cottages near Njoro

    Just after sunrise we rose to a sunny morning and had lovely hot coffee and toast, accompanied by our new bushbuck friends.

    Later a couple approached us (they...
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    Soon it was time to climb towards reedbuck campsite which is located at 3000m above sea level in the moorlands of the park. Vegetation was slowly changing from from thick forest to patches of bamboo...
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    Next morning greeted us with sunshine - it had been a really cold night!

    With renewed enthusiasm we decided to explore the Salient, an area that is said to be more rich in wildlife than the higher...
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    1+2 Jan: Aberdares

    Next morning we headed towards Archers Gate, not without a last gamedrive along one of the gullies that had caught our attention the other day but sadly the leopard that we had...
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    At mid-morning the next day we met again at Archers Gate where Ben presented us a brand-new 2-burner gas stove and a 2nd gas bottle, a new set of pots, a tea towel and dish liquid ("all for you...
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    On the first evening in Samburu we wanted to prepare an Indian curry with rice where we would need 2 gas burners. Sunworld had thoughtfully provided us with a separate brand-new top (pressure...
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    29-31 Dec: Samburu National Reserve

    We headed towards Samburu and once we had again passed Mt. Kenya (in clouds) we were steadily going downwards and the scenery changed from lush and green to...
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    Thanks @everyone for your kind comments!
    With regard to holding our ground: it was actually thanks to one of Stan's tactfull remarks in our Uganda trip report where he rightfully pointed out that...
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    Jambo fellow travellers,

    we are back from our trip through beautiful Kenya and will share our impressions as usual but before I start the report we would like to thank Wazungu Wawili for her...
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