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... the smoke from the fire to go out. Near to the narrow low opening into the hut his wife sat in the darkness with a shaft of sunlight lighting up the bead work she was doing - it’s sold to the tourists (like us) who visit the village. She suddenly noticed that I was taking photos from where I was sat near the fire and exposed all the bead work around her neck etc. As I went out realised there was also a second older lady sat there as well.
... most wild animals and have an aversion to eating game and birds.) Their diet consists solely of meat from their animals which they smoke to preserve, milk, and blood. They have resisted government urging to adopt a more sedentary lifestyle and have demanded grazing rights to many of the national parks. Babies are not truly recognized until they are three years old due to the high infant ...
... are welcomed back to the village as men. Their faces are painted with designs made of ashes which signifies this tradition.
Many of the Maasai women had babies with them. (There is a high rate of infant mortality among the Maasai.) I paid a small amount to take their picture.
We arrive at the Ngorongora Serena Lodge located at a higher elevation than our previous lodges ...
... really got hit with the ugly stick. They had to be the last animals created, because they look like they're made of mismatched spare parts. They have the face of a grasshopper, the ears of a donkey, the legs of a hyena, the tail of a horse, the butt of a cow, and the stripes of a zebra. We saw herds of them today, but this is apparently nothing compared to what we will see in the Serengeti! We stopped for a boxed lunch prepared by the lodge. My box had ...
... male stood at a 90 degree angle to the bull and caressed him with his trunk. It was very moving. Our guide told us these are male relatives greeting each other after an absence. Next we saw a large family of elephants out in the grass, quite a distance from us. There were two babies, one which was about a year old and one which was only weeks old. The matriarch, who decides which way the elephants will go, kept changing her mind. She would take a few steps one way, then go back ...