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Dawn to Dusk part 1

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Nov22
We left camp early today, as it was getting light, before the sunrise. We had just 2 guests this week, Fred and Tijda, the couple who had volunteered last week and so we asked them if they would mind sharing the vehicle with us on this particular day. They were delighted, and so we set off for the whole day. The day was to be so eventful with so many sightings and things happening that

Volunteering in the Maasai Mara

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Nov15
The idea I had in doing the blog was to write about life here in the Maasai Mara and so, it is not just animals that live here. Apart from looking after our guests and going out into the reserve to spend time with the animals there are other things going on. Sometimes even visitors come here to do other things, in addition to going out on game drives.Currently we have two visitors staying with

A new beginning

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Nov08
As we set out this morning the sky was clear, the sun just rising, little did we know there was a treat in store for us. I was wrapped up as usual, sat back in the seat, happy just to watch the game as we drove along the track. Previous Next  Something moved in the grass which caught my eye, on looking closer I saw 2 small ears sticking up out of the grass, I

Relaxing on the river bed

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Nov01
There was thick cloud cover this morning as we set off. It had been raining a little overnight, so the going was tougher than usual. It was a very quiet morning as far as animal sightings were concerned, just the usual zebra, wildebeest, and antelopes, although there were quite a few babies around, which is always nice to see. The zebras are unperturbed by the tourist vehicles, even the babies, they mostly don’t run when