Early August, Daily Monitor journalist Edgar R. Batte travels to Queen Elizabeth National Park in search of lions, lazy hippos and large beautiful elephants. Sleeping in the wild, surrounded by the sound of croaking frogs, is part of the adventure.
“After watching the hippopotamus, lazily floating about in the water, to the lions, in all their majesty out in the grasses in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Simba Safari Camp offers the perfect spot to wind down.
But before you proceed to the restaurant there is a welcome clerk who receives you with a smile, with which he establishes contact and repertoire. “How did you find your journey,” he welcomes guests with a smile, sounding fresh like he is asking this question for the first time.”
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