Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... including the deadly black mamba, this made us feel slightly nervous about sleeping in our tent that night. We had arrived on feeding day for the snakes so there we live mice and chicks in some of the enclosures which made Vikki a bit sad as they huddled together in the opposite corner to the snake. They also had rescued owls and birds which had permanent wing damage and wouldn't survive in the wild. There was also a pet ...
... at least I could beat them in a swimming race. I cooked today for the first time too and everyone looks alive still. We'll see tomorrow if I managed to reduce the numbers on our bus effectively or not... Zoe: today was pretty much just a driving day with a stop at an orphanage. We stopped in town for groceries and stopped at the Amazing Grace orphanage which was a real ...
... now that they have made room in their bags it's time to fill them back up again. Mum and Karin shopping was great to watch. I did end up buying a pair or shoes, nice ones with beads. I wanted to buy a bag to make my accessory collection complete but I think that will have to wait until next time. Then we went back to mum and dad's hotel and made use of the luxuries- the pool, the bar, the clean towels haha. The last luxury for 3 months till we get time. Then back to our place to sleep ...
... was heaps of leg room,thank goodness so I was able to drift in and out of sleep over the next 11hrs.
A relatively short stopover in Doha saw us work our way through the airport before boarding again for the 1.5hr flight to Dar Es Salaam.
This time I had a row all to myself and once we took off Megan joined me in the aisle seat.
Positioning myself comfortably against the window I settled in to watch "The Graduate" again. All proceeded swimmingly until the ...
... I slip off to find a discreet bush, hiking up my long skirt and letting the thick scrub slash at my legs. After walking for about 2 minutes, I have my first encounter with the wildlife. I hear the bush in front of me give a sizeable rustle. It's far too dense to identify the source but in that second my heart leaps into my throat and I have one of those moments where you think "Oh right- so this is how I die." Out of the bush leaps a tiny grey ...