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Maasai Mara – Kenya

Although I’ve lived and worked in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia for many years, I’d never had the opportunity to visit Kenya and so I was looking forward to my trip there.

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Borana – Kenya

After camping (albeit luxury camping) on the Amboseli safari I was looking forward to running water – especially in the shower. Other than that I really was not sure what to expect at Borana and when I landed at Lewa Downs Airstrip I was greeted by two of our clients who were on their way out.

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Tuli Trail – Botswana

My flight from Heathrow arrived on time and my luggage was already going around the conveyor belt once I had been through passport control. Johannesburg airport was very well organised and all the directional signs within the airport were clear and easy to understand.

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Los Alamos – Spain

We all reached Los Alamos just after 3.30pm and as well as the sunshine coming out we were also warmly met by Rhiannon and Jackie. We were shown our rooms and then served a very welcome late lunch which we quickly devoured due to being hungry. Lunch was a mixed salad with dressing, sliced tomatoes, deep-filled potato and cheese tortilla, Spanish cold meats (sausage, salami, ham etc.) cheese and bread. Served with a “summer wine” and water.

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Kujwana – Botswana

The thing about a horseback safari, is that having endured the flights and transfers to get there, you can’t wait to get out in the bush and see your first elephant. I was not to be disappointed at Kujwana. On our first afternoon ride, we were trotting along in single file, when I saw movement out of the corner of my eye, and an elephant was moving towards us through the bushes.

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