Thursday, 3 December 2015

GOOD FENCES - Lifupa Conversation Lodge (Part 13 )

These are the lodges we stayed in.  We had two, one for the girls and the other for the boys.  We were quite safe when we were’ fenced’ inside them.  The Hippos would all come out of the water at night and pass by the lodges and come back down in the early hours of the morning.  




This is the centre where I showed you recently an observation room upstairs overlooking the lake and a restaurant below it.


Sometimes in the early morning it was a bit misty but I could sit and watch the wild life from the lodge.  You can see in this sequence of shots, when the Antelope realised I was watching him. 







I hope you enjoyed seeing this post and thanks for popping by. 

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Many thanks for all who leave comments

31 comments:

  1. What a beautiful place. Tranquil and incredible wildlife.

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  2. It truly is a stunning place and what a privilege to see so many animals! Those are wonderful shots of the antelope!

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  3. Lindo, gostei de ver as fotos.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

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  4. What a great looking place. When I tidy up all my comments I am going to find out about this place!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  5. Delightful little lodges and a glorious spot to spend time in.

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  6. Wow, what a cool place to view the wildlife and stay. Lovely collection of images, Margaret. Enjoy your day!

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  7. What a great place Margaret it must've been great to watch Hippo's walking past so close

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  8. Dearest Margaret; How lovely the lodges and great place to enjoy nature♡♡♡
    I hope you will have a wonderful rest of the week♪
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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  9. i like those little houses and would love to stay there. joy joy to see Hippos and antelope... i would love to visit

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  10. Wonderful!
    Have a great day!

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  11. Great looking lodge building. The last time I stayed in a place like this it was south of Cancun, Mexico. The grass roof and round shape is traditionally Mayan. Must be common in other parts of the world as well.

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  12. What a great place to spot wildlife.

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  13. That's a beautiful place !!! Thanks for sharing your great photos !
    Greetings

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  14. What lovely accommodations you had! Such a beautiful country and all the critters romping about too, very nice.

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  15. What a place to live in, and a new enjoyment every day.

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  16. Those lodges are so cute and how cool to be that close to all the wildlife.

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  17. fantastic place for a holiday.

    peter

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  18. A wonderful place to spend a little time. I love the style of the cabins.

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  19. The lodge looks very nice and I really like the Antelope shots.

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  20. I would love to see inside one of those lodges...they don't look very big. But they sure are appealing.

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  21. Maybe heard you "shutter" click?

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  22. What fun and what a place to stay ~ love the 'deer'? photo! ~ All photos are great too!

    Wishing you a magical weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  23. Love that last shot of the antelope, Margaret. I sometimes get that look from the deer around here.
    ~

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  24. beautiful. how wonderful to be able to see wildlife like this.

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  25. Pretty! Looks to be fairly close by, too.

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  26. That first house - so cute! Thatched roofs, I love those.Am always amazed how sharp the instincts of wildlife is:)

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  27. Amazing and beautiful! I love those little huts.

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