It has taken a while but finally we have entered our photos into Beho Beho's photo competition. They are here. To state that we love taking photos is an understatement and to try and limit each of us to just four was cruel and took us a while.
I just have to say that the camp that we stayed at made the trip for us. Beho Beho is luxury that is just right for a wilderness setting. It felt like a family home, a very nice one indeed, and my lot used it as such enjoying all the facilities and the company of the other guests. I'm not sure what the honeymoon couples made of a family of five, but I hope we didn't frighten them off. We certainly loved their company and that of the other guests realizing that six degrees of separation is definitely true and in a few cases it was much closer than that.
But what really made this an experience of a life time was the staff. From the management through to the Masai who guarded us at night they were amazing. Nothing was ever a problem from my dietary requirement or DD's eating nothing but bread rolls some days. The guides were simply brilliant and at Beho Beho you always have a different guide which means that you see the bush in a different way each excursion. Simply and utterly fabulous....so fab we want to go again.