Lesbian Travel: Safari in Kenya

Published Date Author: , June 3rd, 2013

HippoThe time had finally arrived to head out on safari and I was curious to see how this Safari in Kenya would compare to my previous one in Tanzania. Travelling out of Ngong, we stopped to look out over the scenic Rift Valley, our excitement growing. After several bumpy and dusty side road short cuts, we arrived at Fisherman’s Camp, our home for the next two nights. We chose a campsite and quickly set up camp and then headed down to another section of the lake.

As we drove down the laneway, we spotted a wide band of pink along the shore – the flocks of flamingos we’d been promised. Cameras ready, we headed out to the lakeshore to get as close a view as we were allowed. Just as we finished up and were ready for our hippo boat tour, the rain started. Sadly, we headed back to our campsite for some down time in our tents until we were summoned for dinner.

While the rain put an end to the afternoon fun, our cook didn’t disappoint. Jon treated us to a traditional meal of Ugali (thick corn porridge), fried cabbage, vegetables and stewed lentils. We all tucked in heartily to this simple yet delicious meal and knew we wouldn’t be going hungry on this safari. After dinner we grabbed a log around the roaring campfire to warm up and relax.

Authored By Corinne Taylor, Bucket List Travel Adventures – See the Full Story at Go Girlfriend

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