We were in the safari jeep for 2.5 hours before we arrived at lake naivasha for our boat safari. To get to the boat we had to walk through the hotel gardens filled with water buck and zebras which was amazing!
We had another slap up lunch in the sopa lodge before hitting the road again en route to Nairobi. After a standard hair raising journey along the dusty Kenyan roads we stopped at the great Rift Valley view point, which runs all the way from Israel to Mozambique. The view was spectacular, we had a mooch around the gift shop before we needed to set off again.
As we get closer to Nairobi it is clear to see the difference in the landscapes and building qualities. A very stark contrast between Kimilili, the mud huts have turned to concrete and steel buildings and the dusty roads have turned to tarmac.
We did however pass the kabera slums which runs along the eastern outskirts of the city, half a million people living under rusting tin shacks, really makes us appreciate our houses and communities back home.
Speaking of home, we have now arrived at the hotel within the airport boundaries where we have been able to have a dip in the roof top pool under the evening sun before dinner we will then be catching our transfer the to the airport terminal.
We shall update you all once we have safely checked in!
The Dream Team