Blue Pearl Hotel
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... but it was sooo much better than any white bread I've had before. It made perfect french toast. I taught Nicole how to make it so she can cook it for herself at home now. That was one of the foods she discovered and really liked in the U.S. So then we ate our french toast with bananas out on the balcony, used our binoculars to look at how so many fishermen are crammed into such a little boat, and just talked and laughed at the dogs who have learned that I am clumsy and ...
... and receiving change in Tanzanian shillings we all returned to the pool area to enjoy a welcome small glass (large for some) of Amarula supplied and organised by Jan. This is a South African drink similar to Bailey’s Irish Cream and just as delicious and easy to drink. We had seen the Amarula tree growing in Bongani Reserve; apparently elephants love the fruit. Jan was keen to provide us all with this treat – thanks Jan – ...
... again! Whoever is responsible for this: thank you! I needed to go to the bus station out of town to get myself a ticket. I wanted to go in the evening so I could fill up on some cheap street food. This was not too smart though. The streets were packed. The dalladallas couldn't move. Traffic jam at its best! I decided to get a pickipicki (motorcycle taxi) to take me down there and back to the hotel! He was securely driving like a maniac! We drove straight into the setting sun! ...
... in for the photo shoot when we show up. The second half of this trip was at the Serengeti National Park where we saw even more lions and followed a group of 8 young adult lions, both males and females. It was incredible getting to be so close to that many lions, but I think the best part of the safari was watching the quintessential sunset over the dusty African safari.
Departing camp at 05:30, into the Jeeps to watch the sun rise over the Serengeti was well worth the early wake up call. Off we went again animal spotting, and that we did. The memories that mostly stand out for me whilst on safari are; The migration of wildabeas stampeding past and surrounding our jeep. There was 5 million them and in the distance a line of them for miles, among them were also zebras, protecting them on their journey. It was something ...