T-shirt Asos, short topshop, d & rsquo loops; Ear H&M

This is my last post on Kenya, and I realize I don & rsquo; have not even broached the subject of & rsquo; English Heritage.

During my first trip, j & rsquo; many had been marked by dripping flat mousse chocolates and cream cakes that & rsquo; in the evening you could eat, so that & rsquo; it would just kill for a little fresh pineapple. Le tea time aussi, in this exotic setting, it made everything funny.

In our Nairobi hotel this time, there was even a small corridor of shops Diagon Alley looked like, c & rsquo; it's so weird mixture !

But I assure you, we especially feel it in & rsquo; hotel (though… whole ray Jelley at the supermarket in the corner along said…).

C & rsquo; is both strange, and often quite pretty. I l & rsquo; have particularly felt in the small lodge where we were in Meru Park. It n & rsquo; there are no barriers around, we are escorted at night in case buffaloes would want to come tease us o_O

Some info for those who are interested in a trip to Kenya :

In my tickets you saw the parks of Meru and Samburu, l & rsquo; Lamu Island and & rsquo; Nairobi Elephant Orphanage.

We slept in hotels Sarova Stanley in Nairobi, le Sarova Shaba Game lodge à Samburu, Lepard the Rock Lodge in Meru and the Majlis in Lamu.

To go to Kenya ago Air France, nous on a pris Kenya Airways (cheaper).

And taking a lonely planet to organize it all ! C & rsquo; s what I do when I prepare my trips myself. You will need to organize your safaris.


Choupiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ?

It n & rsquo; is not that great dry landscape postcard in Kenya. Sometimes the heart of the savannah we come across beautiful green boxes (and lodges at the same time as that & rsquo; to). Points d & rsquo; water, rivers, small monkeys, which then give the locations Asian gaits…

After the red earth of Meru National Park, some d & rsquo; in the tropical atmosphere of Samburu and Shaba Game Lodge Sarova well as the & rsquo; incredible and Robinson Crusoesque trout tree restaurant.

– Swimsuit Asos –


? ? Naaaaaaants ingonyamaaaaaaaaa Abagtha babaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ?? ?

Okay so, I tell you how it goes on safari? J & rsquo; had had some memories of my first trip, but I must admit that & rsquo; have a super-powerful zoom loan from Canon gives completely changed the c & rsquo; was like having supersonic binoculars to see the spots close-up zebra. Magic.

A safari c & rsquo; s not a trick & rsquo; eh adventurers, it is cushy well wedged in a small van * pacing national parks in & rsquo; hypothetical hope that & rsquo; a small herd & rsquo; deign to show wild animals. It's like idiots and nature reigns.

***About the van, Quick guide nana safari ***

> The morning tea you cry if you forget your mom for 4 hours (yes pee break in the middle of the savannah c & rsquo; is niet, the guide not want you to make you shred the buttocks by a baboon (they do not like girls baboons) (je sais pas pourquoi))

> If like me mother nature t & rsquo; less spoiled Jane Birkin, ben bra even when you put, it shakes and t & rsquo; s not you & rsquo; thin air to hold your breasts to the beat of crevasses.

> Do t & rsquo; n & not worry you rsquo; not as tanned as Cathy Guetta, you're just covered in dirt, It will be alright…


I continue. The safari so : at first we grapeshot gazelles every angle, as Japanese at the foot of the sacred heart, it crackles, it crackles. After 3 days are told such blasé “arf a gazelle”, because & rsquo; in real life that & rsquo; we want to see what are LIONS, THE LEOPARDS, THE CHEETAHS… What Predators.

You don & rsquo; not see here, j & rsquo; s have the picture & rsquo; & rsquo ear; a cheetah under a tree (exciting picture) and the lions were shown the day j & rsquo; was in bed with fever small sacripans.

Good kidding, I'm kidding… But true c & rsquo; is crazy to see what kind of show, j & rsquo; could have stayed for hours watching the elephants at the point & rsquo; water at sunset to admire the majestic giraffes hypnotize us with their psychedelic coat, laughing looking ridiculous behind warthogs running around or admire the sunset in Acacias…