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... of lions as well as marvelling over the large male elephants with their majestic tusks. We also saw lots of Cape Buffalo which meant we saw four of the five great hunting animals today; rhinoceros, elephants, Cape Buffalo and lions. Leopards are found in the crater but not by us this time. We did see thousands of flamingoes but unfortunately the road didn't go quite close enough to the water to see them up close like the hippos who were in the water near our picnic lunch ...
... attend school. Thus he learned English and later Spanish from another family who befriended him. This led to his career as a driver and multi-lingual guide. He lives in Arusha with his wife (only one, he stresses!) and two children.
The village we are visiting is only a few minutes drive away, and we are instructed to form a line when we arrive. The villagers form a line opposite ours ...
... trees. Nearby hippopotamus lounge in the springs.
The crater has one of the densest known population of lions. There are five prides in residence--four in the crater and one on the rim. There are 72 lions and the largest pride is comprised of 32 members!
Today is Texas Independence Day, and ...
... 2000 ft below the rim. This area was about a 20,000 ft volcano about 2 million years ago. After it's final eruption, it collapsed, and formed this crater. We drove around the rim to the other side where we picked up one of the only two roads into the crater, which was very narrow and rough. We cannot even begin to describe the wildlife in the crater. It was like God decided to make a zoo and here it ...
... by a blue plastic tarp. Even Ti got to ride up there! At the first border crossing stop, we had to go in an office and present our passports with one blue and one white form we had filled out. Between the bus and the door of the office were throngs of Maasai women trying to sell their wares. There were hundreds of people in line at the office, which was a small building on a dirt road. The Maasai women were shouting prices and pushing sticks hung with beaded bracelets ...