Mount Meru Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... no one gets paid to do, I do it to make my trip more enjoyable, but there are some that disappear and do the minimum, the people who are after lifelong friends are disappointed as well, it’s not often I have made friends on a trip, but those I have made I am glad I made them and one day I hope to visit them again or they visit me
There isn’t many on this trip I would want to see again
(Sorry to sound a bit down on it, but it’s the way some of them are, I ...
... Cubs were almost 5 months old but seemed very close to the mother's size. Normally usually only one cub survives as predators often find the babies while she is out hunting but this one had 4 healthy babies. Their black spots are so distinctive as all black compared to the rosette two-toned leopard spots. The cheetah still has a hard life, it only lives 10 years as it exerts so much energy to run to catch its prey, then it has to wait 30 ...
... to fend for themselves. Our hike was slow (purposely so) but pretty much straight up hill. Kili is not considered one of the hardest of the seven peaks, but after today (an "easy" day), I definitely don't think our trek will be walk in the park. We are all excited and a little anxious about what's to come, but as everyone keeps telling us, hakuna matata (they actually say this!). So we'll focus on the adventure part, and get excited about ...
... Kilimanjaro. So, we did just that today. We walked up and down some VERY steep paths. The vegetation was lush and almost jungle like, as the water from the mountain feeds this region well. Bananas are the main food up here and are cooked any way you might imagine. As we were hiking, we stopped at the local bar (see picture below) for some banana beer. Our guide insisted we had to drink it all so we wouldn't hurt the owners feelings. None of us thought it would be anything ...
... we packed up our tents we were back out of the Serengeti and off to Ngorongoro Crater. One the way back through the Serengeti Park we saw more lions on the side of the road, this time a beautiful young male, he was so close again and I was able to get some of the best photos with him, he was the perfect poser :) We stopped a few times again and then spent most of the afternoon driving and looking at the animals on the way. Once we got to the camp site at the crater we set up our ...