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... plains extending to hills on the horizon, covered with a smattering of dots that represent animal herds. We continued for about an hour to our campsite where we ate lunch, dropped our stuff, and set out for a long afternoon safari. On our drive, we saw a much more wild and open environment and even more animals than the crater. We saw a couple pairs of lions, including two napping in a tree. We were able to get a really good view of a leopard in a tree, something that's pretty rare, ...
We tried to set off
this morning but found we had a puncture. Stopped at a roadside tyre
stop and then found we had two punctures in the same tyre. Once fixed
we then continued driving towards Mount Kilimanjaro. As is so often
the case with this mountain it was covered in cloud and so we did not
see it. We then carried on to the campsite and when we stopped got a
strange noise. As the engine was roasting ...
... sun. It looked so cool. I named him Mufusa. We saw so many other animals like hyenas, one was feeding her baby, and then a whole pile were heading for our camp site! We also saw lots of grazing animals and types of birds including eagles and vulchers. After watching the sun set we got to our camp site at dusk and had to rush to set up our tents before total darkness. As soon as we were done it was officially dark and we could hear animals moving in the bushes around us. At ...
... were making to the other animals and gave them proper evils. Then we went home. We had a traditional meal tonight which was yummy tummy so I'm going to seek out Ugali wherever we go now. It's like rice if it was a doughnut and had no taste, colour or smell. But you can roll it up and throw it at people really easily. Some people on our tour thought that was a bit childish but they clearly don't know that I'm never ...
... of my life....young Freddie had passed the difficult aptitude test given to all young applicants for this school ,his family met the criteria of extreme poverty and you could see that this family had grasped the opportunity to provide a better future for the boys with both hands....inspirational stuff. We intend to sponsor this young fellow on our return home.
Our next days off took us on a two day visit to the neighbouring town of Moshi. We travelled with ...