Thursday, 19 November 2015

GOOD FENCES - Lifupa Conservation Lodge (Part 1)

Last week you were all very good at excepting my ‘ out of the box’ images and I am afraid it is the same this week although this week when you watch the video, you ­­­­are in for a bumpy ride.  When you are travelling through Malawi bush, there are NO ‘fences’.  Everything is wild!   



Now you will see what I mean on this video so hold on to your hats!!  We are on our way to our next destination which is Lifupa Conservation Lodge.

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Well did you all survive?  This was indeed a good road perhaps when I am there again I will endeavour to film a worse road!! (maybe!)

I hope you enjoyed this post and thanks for visiting.

I am linking this post with Tex's GOOD FENCES.

Many thanks to all who kindly leave comments.  I appreciate every single one.

27 comments:

  1. I have been on some roads like that. In Australia. The juddering just about dislodges your fillings doesn't it?

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  2. Hi Sue My bones moved and like you I hav been in roads like this in Australia however this road was actually quite good!!!!

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  3. It feels like home to me. Just the kind of trip I like.

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  4. That video reminds me of my own trip to Kenya. Often boneshaking rides but worth it to see " the big five".

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  5. Wild seems a bit of an understatement Margaret but it's all part of the experience & I'm sure you enjoyed it!

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  6. Hello Margaret, now that is a bumpy road. I have seen a similar road in Curacao. Have a happy day!

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  7. Wow! And then what happens when it rains? Mud? I imagine you were stiff from that bumpy ride.

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  8. a bumpy ride indeed...we have some pretty bumpy roads out here in West Texas....lol
    did I miss the fence ?

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  9. we call those paths....what a bumpy ride!!!!

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  10. Definitely not a place you would want to fence in. Nice ride.

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  11. I like your expression of surprise at the end of the video Margaret. I can see all the bumps in the road, and that's a good one eh???

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  12. Now see I think a "fence" might be needed here to prevent accidents from tipping over on that bumpy road. - We complain about our streets here where I live being so bumpy but compared to this we are lucky.

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  13. What a bumpy ride that must have been...I would not want to be a person that gets carsick or motion sickness. But how i would love to see this place for myself.

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  14. Sometimes when one is feeling still all over, this bumpy road will be good to loosen things up a bit. Lol!

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  15. looks like fun... i would love the trip. just to see something new & awesome. ( :

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  16. It's such and different part of the world....love the photos. I feel like I've been bounced around now! Hugs!

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  17. A bumpy ride indeed. Interesting countryside, rather wild and untamed.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/11/a-good-fence.html

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  18. A very bumpy ride - we do have roads like that in Australia too. I like the first shot of the truck and its passengers.

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  19. Dearest Margaret; OMG, I cannot imagine how it must feel in the car driving the bumpy road.
    Great wild nature view which makes me wish to visit once p:-)

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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  20. Hi Margaret, great shots on the bumpy road but how beautiful the country side is and an interesting way to reach your destination. Your photos are beautiful. Have a nice weekend. xo

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  21. Reminds me of a few of the 'roads' my husband likes to take me on in his Jeep. Getting into nature can be a little rough at times ; D Fun photo of the loaded truck.

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  22. What a time you are having ~ bumpy roads and all! Fun photos!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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