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... a real dump, a dark dingy hotel, in a back street, a maze of corridors, and rooms that don't run consecutively, there is no power to run fans or lights, there is a power cut city wide, so even if we go for something to eat, we have pretty much had it, no one has anything to eat, this was a great greeting to stone town
We dumped our gear in the room (which is a rather dingy cell, with bars on the windows and a glorious view of some ones else’s ...
... nice, mozzie nets and clean sheets, which is better than a sleeping bag and mattress, I just hope I haven't forgot what it’s like to sleep in a bed with a pillow rather than my boots for a pillow
The beach is nice as well, white sand better than the grey stuff we have been on (and gets everywhere)
The sea is a nice blue as well and with a good breeze blowing, the sun ...
... troupe of baboons I
had ever seen. I had already seen troupes of maybe 50 or so baboon from Lake
Manyara at Mto wa Mbu but this troupe must have easily contained 200 plus.
Baboon are extremely confident around humans and therefore they had no problem
running by alongside the car, many of them with tiny babies clutching to their
As we were about to leave the crater my only regret was that
I had not seen Elephant much closer as they are ...
... 8217;s due; a lot of guys struggle to keep one women happy. Another unusual
tradition is that men cannot be seen eating meat by the Maasai women, by
Swahili or western women it is fine but not Maasai as it is believed that then
the women will see where the men get their strength from and the man will then
lose this strength. This is a tradition practiced more by traditional Maasai
that do not follow other faiths such as Christianity. So Lazaro who is ...
thrown out months ago. The smell was so strong I could taste it before it got
anywhere near my mouth; I wanted nothing to do with it but once again tried out
of politeness. It tasted as bad as it smelt; I cannot even begin to fathom how
this is eaten as part of a celebration. This highlights quite large cultural
difference as I don’t imagine that many western people would be able to cope
with this food but in Tanzania and other parts of Africa ...