Lake Manyara Serena Lodge
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... so I lost that one. The residual feeling I get after leaving orphanages is just how much better they are than me at pretty much everything. As we rolled into our latest camp site we were told there would be a swimming pool! Unfortunately it was more primordial soup than pool with more wildlife IN the pool than around it. It was nice swimming with nearly dead dragonflies ...
... Sounds like they had an amazing time and saw everything there is to see. It was amazing looking through all their pictures, hopefully we get to see everything too. The videos of the wildebeest migration crossing the river was amazing, I so want to see that. We then headed to the Masai Markets, not before mum and dad unloaded all their pills, creams, shampoo, batteries, clothes, even a clothes drying rack thing, which seems like a weird thing to have travelling but it's been ...
... trek up Kilimanjaro and bring you up to date before we move to Neema House.
Here we go......
Arrived at Perth Airport and met up with Brian, Megan, Ceri, Jasia and Mike.
Full of excitement and a little trepidation we all passed through the required screening procedures before boarding our Qatar Airlines flight to Doha.
Scattered in single seats throughout a crowded plane we all ate our meals and enjoyed a movie. Even though I was seated between two ...
... me on my way. The day starts with about 5 hours of driving to cross the border into Tanzania. The landscape is immense and diverse, towering hills giving way to giant flat valleys, filled with acacia trees and patches of milk-white flowers that look like poppies with the blood drained out of them. Occasionally we pass through a small town- a shambolic collection of dusty wooden shacks, random debris and wandering chickens. Every now and then we pass ...
... t raining we decided to do Little Meru with a group of Austrians. It cleared up once we got to the top and we could finally see views of the summit.
During dinner we discussed our plan for the next day. We were planning on leaving around 2:00 am for the summit, a 7 km hike with 3,000 feet of elevation gain. Tried to get to bed around 8:30 and hopefully get a few hours of sleep.