Mount Meru Hotel
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... also many babies, one got as close as 8 feet from our truck) - 2 troops of baboons - Velvet Monkeys (including babies) - Scores of hippos - 4 Hyenas - Jackals - Mongooses (Mongeese???) - Monitor Lizard (eating a dead carp literally right next to our truck) Day 3: Our last day started early, with a sunrise safari starting at 6am. We saw more giraffes and elephants, as well as a few massive hippos scurrying between ponds and a herd of Cape buffalo, absolutely massive animals. ...
... spotted loads of buffalo and zebra, but we have been spoilt and those are so common now haha. Then we found a hippo along the lake banks which was cool and we discovered that water buffalo love the mud. Then we went looking for rhino. This park apparently has the highest concentration of rhino in East Africa so our chances were strong, but we didn't have too much luck until eventually at about 3pm we spotted 3 rhinos ...
... kid will disappear from our orphanage to go to this flash one. The other kids always ask where he/she has gone so to avoid confusion and jealousy I just tell them they've gone to heaven. I tried to make Friday a bit more funday today so they learnt trigonometry. They're so lucky, I wish I was learning trigonometry rather than copying it from a saved Wikipedia page on my phone onto the blackboard. I'm starting to think teaching is just having a web page which ...
... decided that after lunch we would head back into the centre of Arusha to do some more exploring. Lana and Caroline arrived at the same time as me but Stephen has been here for two weeks already and Rebecca is a returning volunteer having come out here for three months last year. Everyone is so lovely! We had rice, cabbage and salad for lunch and then headed out to get the dalla dalla. However, we were diverted somewhat as playing outside of our house on ...
... as it usually has a mist over the rim. At the camp we had a camp fire as this was our last night camping.
In the morning we got up early to more fog. Luckily we dropped below the fog to the crater floor. We were on the hunt for rhinos. Again we saw more lions. We were heading out the crater when it came across the radio that there was rhinos so we shot across the crater at break neck speed, lucky the speed limit was 30kms an ...