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... jumped in front of the tree as the trolley slammed into his body he cushioned the impact of the crash. As he struggled for breath badly winded from the impact he walked to the woman and asked 'are you ok?'!!! I think the story really exemplifies how well we were cared for by the porters. I truly believe they also would have put their bodies on the line for us if it was required.
The closing of our trip was a wonderful celebration with our Guides and Porters back at ...
... brought along stickers, paper flags, little pins and bookmarks all decorated with the Canadian flag. All the kids loved them. Then everyone gathered together in a big circle and started doing a traditional Masai dance. They showed us for a bit and then invited us to join them. We had a lot of fun. The dance includes a lot of shoulder motion and jumping. I found it amazing how much sound they can make together. The men ...
... with the Masai Tribe followed by a swim in a natural hot spring in the middle of the African Savannah. God Bless' brother's name is, inexplicably, Danny????
We go to the Masai village and it is very interesting and fun. As we prepare to leave, a Masai man suggests to our guide that he will accompany us as he, "knows a shortcut". It is important to note that there are no formal roads on the Masai plains and so we begin our journey. About half ...
... Ngorongoro Conservation Area spans vast expanses of highland plains, savanna, savanna woodlands and forests. Established in 1959 as a multiple land use area, with wildlife coexisting with semi-nomadic Maasai pastoralists practicing traditional livestock grazing, it includes the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest caldera. The property has global importance for biodiversity conservation due to the presence of globally threatened species, the density ...
... Chameleon on the track. 'Oh no,' we said, 'Does this mean our luck is gone now?' Edward said, 'No not at all,' but we had our doubts. I then spotted a third Chameleon and this raised our hopes for good luck again!! (You can see that we were holding onto anything and everything!) Our arrival into Horombo Camp at the end of day two, had me yelling out as the camp came into sight. It had been a long day of 7 and a half hours walking, but we were in great spirits. Horombo camp ...
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