Once again we are heading back to Kenya. Our previous safaris in Kenya have provided some incredible moments and since 2011 we have been sharing our safaris by providing regular updates "from the field". This year we will be blogging live again and we have added a JustGiving link for followers of our blog to donate to our chosen charity "Save The Elephants".
Thursday, 22 August 2013
DAY SIXTEEN ~ The Downside of Upgrading
The day began with a lovely breakfast
followed by a drive around the Ngutuni Sanctuary, we saw plenty of
Elephant, Zebra and Giraffe, we also managed to take picture of the
lodge with wildlife in the foreground from the track that runs along
the Tsavo East National Park boundary with Nugutuni Sanctuary.
We had seen this huge bull dominating the waterhole but it was nice to meet him up close.
Giraffes and Ngutuni.
planned a second game drive for after lunch to explore more of the
sanctuary but had to change our plans when the laptop refused to
download any more files, with a full hard disk! It seems there is a
downside to these super-duper twenty four megapixel cameras; we had
to spend the afternoon transferring five hundred plus Gigabytes of
image files to a back up hard drive and rebuild the Lightroom
catalogues, which took us until well after dinner.