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... family to some peace and quiet
and made our way to a more marshy area.
We found another pride of lions with very young cubs. The
male was quite young with a beautiful mane that swayed in the breeze. He looked
like a young Barry Gibb with a hairdryer.
Next was the long drive to the crater rim which included a
stretch of road made very muddy by the recent thunderstorms. There was some
serious 4WD skills ...
... into a local Masai tribe that has been herding cattle around the area for several thousand years. The tribe is working with a foundation set up by GAdventures to install chimneys to the huts of the Masai women. As before the women would cook using a stove but leaving no hole for the smoke to escape. As the family ate and slept in the closed quarters the smoke would linger. Over time the smoke causes ...
... side, they were really good at changing tires! We reached to our campsite around 6:15pm and we helped set up our tents. These tents were much bigger and roomier than our Kilimanjaro tents. On Kilimanjaro we had 3 2person tents. Here we had 2 4 person tents and 1 6 person tent. For the same number of people. It was amazing. And also there was an actual bathroom and sinks! Luxury compared to Kili. It was going to take some time for our cook to make dinner, so ...
What a great day we had today!!! I woke up refreshed, except poor Chris didn't as he was still suffering from the affects of his cold. He'd also been on all the game drives whereas Noel & I had missed 1-2 game drives. So I convinced him to sleep in & have a rest. Noel & I went to the Lake Manyara National Park which is not large but surrounds a sulphur, alkaline lake. Adam turned out to be an excellent guide, so educated & ...
... pool with a cute baby, a Kori Bustard strutting around in full display and vast herds of everything else.
The day was topped off by black rhinos. We saw two of them not far from the road. The black rhinos are endangered and we have been very fortunate to see them.
We thought we had very successful wildlife viewing in our earlier park visits, but nothing can compare to this. All I can say is WOW.