Giraffe Manor feels rather touristy but also amazing to get so close to giraffes as well as warthogs after seeing them on the Maasai Mara, where we were quite wary of them and they were equally wary of us.
The place is very manor-like with the grand looking staircase and reception area.
Our room, Betty, named after the founder of the giraffe conservation project.
The room has an original art deco bathroom.
The bucket of pellets for the giraffes.
Afternoon tea in front of the manor, where you are shown how to kiss a giraffe:
Scott started teaching the other guests.
The veranda and windows of our second floor room:
Mosquito net at night:
The morning view from our window:
The biggest giraffe and only male, Ed, showed up at the window in the morning. He started helping himself to the bucket of pellets.
Lots of giraffes around the breakfast room and outdoor table.
One baby giraffe also had breakfast:
After breakfast, Ed showed up at our room, again. I found a few pellets still on the floor. He looked like he might be interested in wine as well.