We bought a 2-day safari from the guys from the beach in the price of $ 200 per person.
Rickety bus took us from the hotel to Tsavo in 2.5 hours.
It was a path through the passion, but we managed. After several hours of driving through the park in search of people willing to pictures of animals came to Camp Ndololo.
Welcome to our next camp elephants and a few monkeys - of course we are welcomed by the staff.
After check in we get the keys from our apartment.
It turns out that the tent very nice, spacious and clean.
Shower with warm water, but unfortunately, no cleaning products (soap only)
We try going to close shut and tent first surprise here ... there's nothing to fasten the lock because locks are torn handles the sliders - just leave the tent zasunięty. We go for lunch.
The dining room is waiting for another surprise - we get leftovers left by their predecessors - mostly Italians but after a short time chef rises to the occasion and a new supply :).
After lunch, we go in search of animals.
In the evening, go down to camp quick shower and go to dinner (tent open again) - this time we are from Italy :).
Food very good and the staff are very nice.
Beer 250 Water 150 shillings
We eat a delicious meal and suddenly ran acquaintance, and says to us that they were robbed (stolen from their tent, a video camera and a backpack with a portfolio in the middle)
Quickly run to our tents, but here everything is.
A friend cries out dark dissected mosquito in the tent with them.
I look at our mosquito net - and that also once had to be dissected for a similar purpose because it is now poszyta.
Support comes and says that it is not possible because all the Maasai guard - apparently stolen it themselves.
When the police arrive at the amount of 6 people.
Short interview and slander from the owner that it was contrived.
It gets us all sad. We go to sleep. A power failure of the generator.
About 3.30 a roaring lion under our tent!! Dark as .....
For 5 minutes yelling Ajuto .. Ajuto ... Italians call it help, but only after 5 minutes of light switches and supposedly Masai (those who are supposed to protect) chase a lion.
We do not sleep till morning.
My advice - do not leave valuables in the tent and under no circumstances go out after dark outside the tent (only later I learned that there are no fences)
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