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Travel Blogs from Arusha
... tried to get in touch with everyone and then began our adventure for the day. (Picture 5) Our guide for the day, Daniel, arrived and took us into the town of Arusha. On our way, we saw a Maasai Warrior walking with his herd. And we also got a picture of another Maasai child walking with a herd. We filmed a little of what the town looked like as we were driving by. We arrived at a Cultural Heritage market where we could shop around for ...
... the local school or university all covered by Umoja. The ex students often return to access the books and computers available at the school and they are monitored and assisted as long as necessary to ensure their future is secure. A number of the students have returned to Umoja and are now employed as teachers. The local language is Swahili and one of the waitresses has taught us a few words - Caribou (welcome), Asanti ( thank ...
... and one lioness, all of which came really close, walking across the road between the cars. It was at that time a bit like Longleat Safari Park with about 15 cars but it was easy to ignore them and just watch the beautiful animals. I certainly left my last safari on a high and will remember it for a long time, my highlight of all the travelling I've done in the last six months. The next and last adventure is Zanzibar, but before that we must get through a toe day ...
... become clear. Its the Migration! Hundreds of thousands of wildebeest all walking in a very long line, following one lone Gnu at the front. We cant even see the back of the line its so long. There are an estimated 2 million Gnu that make this journey, and we have been incredibly lucky to have found them here today, there are no roads in this area, so we wouldn't have seen them game driving, I cant quite believe our luck! The surrounding area is covered with zebra, they too ...
... a pride of lions living by the stream. We found an Acacia tree that was burning, having been struck by lightening. Having not found the cats we turned back for the camp, and lunch! Our afternoon game drive did not present any big game, but we did see a variety of bird life and small game, including an entire herd of Thompson Gazelle who were getting their exercise. Today's Game: Zebra Superb Starling Jackal Ostrich Warthog Lappet ...
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