Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... the Aussies, Pete and Lenore into our car and Janet and Ian went into Paul’s car. The Burgers were loaded with the excess bags and we set off to the Ngorongoro Crater. Gulp! U$ 488 for 2 of us for 2 days!! This did include going into the crater for a day! The public campsite is on the crater rim and we had Zebra’s grazing next to our tents all night and Elephant sauntering through the camp too. It was freezing cold at night and in the morning we woke up in the clouds- so ...
... after the previous nights dog barking, we had another early start to get into the crater
We got to the crater early and to the view platform before anyone else
The crater is massive, it used to be a volcano that imploded and collapsed in on itself giving a crater, the photos just don’t do it justice in the size of it, even the video doesn’t cover it all
It was quite cold up on the rim and even though the sun was shining, the sky was cloudless, a ...
... car, a group of women dancing behind him, a group of people on motorcycles going back and forth around him, and a large crowd cheering him on - so cool! Rajai explained that the green flag he was waving was the political party that is in power, and the one that is generally considered the "rich" party. It's been in power for a number of elections, and the party of the "people" want to institute change, driven by the younger generations. Yet the Green Party keeps winning, ...
... sup>th highest mountain in Tanzania with a summit of 3419m. It was a 5.45am start with breakfast of chapatti and chai and then a 4.5 hour trek to the summit. The weather in the morning was misty, spitting and bit cold but the sun broke through for an awesome climb. There was no wildlife but the nature was spectacular and the terrain kept changing from dense forest, to shrub land, boulders and pebble rocks. Downhill was another 4 hours and really tough on the knees ...
... at work – the annual Christmas Hamper Raffle and Charity Tuck Shop had managed to raise the equivalent of just over 1.3 million Tanzanian Shillings!!! I was under strict orders to get photos of the kids who would benefit from the money, and although I guess they may not have fully understood what was going on, they obliged with more of their fantastic smiles.
One of the main aims of Kumbuka is to support children in family groups, rather than the sad alternatives of ...