Mount Meru Hotel
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... the kids here were really orphans too. We hung around there and they all showed us about and then we did some games, dancing and singing which was fun. We then headed to camp on the edges of Lake Nakuru National Park, literally on the edges. We had our first swim in the pool then basically had a chilled arvo with chores, boring, and sleep time before our early start tomorrow ...
Day 26: at midnight on day 26 we were dancing the night away in the local night club. I'm 99% certain I out African danced the Africans. However the bruises on my hands and knees suggest otherwise...so today we will do as Tanzanians do, which is very little. We skived off school and stayed in bed. At school you get a bonus present if you attend every day. We are not doing a very good job of promoting that but on ...
... stuck at the part where Ben takes Elaine to a strip joint. For the next hour despite all my button pushing and screen swiping, It was hard to ignore the image in front of me....Elaine crying in the foreground, while a stripper in the background swung tassels attached to her nipples in a rhythmical "click, click, click" sound......I eventually had to ask the flight attendant for assistance.( this scene was NOT going away on it's own!)
Before landing in Dar Es Salaam we ...
... half the size of a standard guinea pig. We both look suitably awkward about the situation. Going back to the others, I discover that a lone Maasai has decided to join us for lunch, although he seems markedly disinterested in a Devon and salad sandwich, proving that good taste transcends all borders. One of our group- a TV journalist from Hong Kong- asks to take his picture. As soon as she snaps the photo, he gestures to her to show him on the LCD ...
... around 7,000 feet the vegetation became a bit less dense and green and we could now see the summit. Kilimanjaro was blocked by clouds all day, hopefully we will have views tomorrow.
The first camp was pretty impressive, over 100 guests could stay there in 4 per room bunk style dorms, it had bathrooms, a kitchen and dining hall. We had our own room since it was not that crowded, low season right now. The main guide kept ...