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... eagle-like vision, both peripheral and binocular. Often distracted by the humble warthog
Glen - Greater Australian Puffin
Call: “Unbelievable, unbelievable”
Habits: Not often found in groups, tends to communicate wit one other bird of any species. Very territorial, seen marking its territory ...
... deep and didn't feel to comfortable being so far out. Up at 5.30 the following morning to go swimming with dolphins in the sea. Wow what an amazing experience we swam with a pod of 8 and they were extremely playful and managed to get really close and got some amazing video footage. I loved it so much I books to go again that evening again I did swim with the dolphins but they were definitely on a mission as they were moving really fast I did try to keep up but they went very deep. ...
... whales frolicking in the water ahead of our path.
Once we had arrived on the island we were once again in amazement when our transfer was there! All that bad karma from transport in the past was clearly paying off! We arrived at the Ndame Beach Lodges and we were all in seventh heaven when we saw the idyllic huts with a beautiful backdrop of the ...
... originally all been white wash and you could tell which were privately owned (mostly hotels) as they were beautifully refurbished and looked stunning, while the rest, owned by the government, had not been seen to in many many years, though that didn't matter I don't think, it added to the charm of the town. As we continued to walk we came across many stunning carved doors, these were generally of Arab or Indian design and mostly well kept, though I was a shame to ...
... north of the island. We had previously arranged to meet the Cardiff group in the resort for the half moon party on the Saturday night. The party kicked off with various dancing and acrobatics followed by Michael Jackson himself would you believe, and turned into a dance floor for the remainder of the night! It was blissful to recover from the night on the sun loungers the next day. We spent our final night in Tanzania in Dar Es salaam, preparing for the journey ahead! ...