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... It absolutely kills me to see the lack of compassion the people here have towards animals. They laughed at the site of this poor animal dying and us crying and upset. This my friends is how sociopaths are made. Then when we came back from our safari we learned that one of the three that were left was given away which Pam didn't want to. She was going to keep them all so she wasn't too happy about that. So now the only two left are my Mr. Pig and Mylaika. What a sad week and a ...
... the Aussies, Pete and Lenore into our car and Janet and Ian went into Paul’s car. The Burgers were loaded with the excess bags and we set off to the Ngorongoro Crater. Gulp! U$ 488 for 2 of us for 2 days!! This did include going into the crater for a day! The public campsite is on the crater rim and we had Zebra’s grazing next to our tents all night and Elephant sauntering through the camp too. It was freezing cold at night and in the morning we woke up in the clouds- so ...
... was highly hilarious, except the bar when I wouldn’t pay it, so anything I would have spent here, I won’t, not my loss, they have nothing I need, I’ll drink truck coffee or get my own out
They have my medications and I have made my donation to their cause
We are here just the one night then it’s off to the Serengeti for a couple of nights, then we return here and just for the one night again then we are off
... on tribes above all else, but that multiple Tanzanian leaders have said to stop asking about someone's tribe, just look at them as people. Very cool.
We eventually get through Arusha, into the "suburbs", and then we are into the wide open countryside. It's really beautiful, and has a unique mix of vegetation, animals, and even people. And there are the obligatory kids walking with groups of cows and goats and sheep along the side of the road.
... 19,341ft and were coherent enough to take half decent photos of ourselves!
- We slept on the ground for eight days, did not shower, and had no toilets
- Madison took significantly ...