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... riders are given 3 days off, affording them the opportunities to experience wild Africa at its most spectacular, to shop in the local stores and markets, or simply to rest and replenish their energies.
Heading south from Arusha, the red-cloaked Masai tribesmen will be your constant companions as you spin along roads with relatively little traffic, keeping an eye out for zebra and giraffe.
At Lake Manyara ...
Happy birthdays today to Glenda and Trish - neither of whom was claiming to be more than 32 until Michael (Glenda's son) told us he is 41. Wow - just came in from a great day - the eight of us who are here Pam, Trish, Lynn, Glenda, Michael and I plus Joanne and Tom who arrived last night, had 2 vans and 2 guides and headed out right after breakfast. First stop - Giraffe Centre where there are 9 Rothschild giraffes - the rarest type of giraffe, with long white stockings. 2 of them, ...
... home from the hotel staff asking how we enjoyed our trip. It felt great to be coming back here for another couple of days after all this.
We settled back into another room and a hot shower was the plan when Bryan read about a bus accident that an Australian woman was reportedly killed outside Nairobi heading to Maasai this afternoon as we were also travelling. It must have been after the turn off as we didn't pass it ...
... we came across a large female lion who had just killed her wildebeest. She was a sight to behold. She was beautiful but a little frightening at the same time. The van got stuck, and we had to help push it out. I have a feeling that happens often with this type of driving.
We also went to see the wildebeest crossing the Mara River, which is part of their Great Migration. Unfortunately, a few Nile Crocodiles were waiting for them ...
... 900 a month to keep an elephant in the program. The facility also houses rhinos, but they are not on display. Several very tame warthogs roam the grounds. www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org to help. From there, we went to the Giraffe Reserve, which breeds endangered Rothschild giraffes for introduction into the wild. They keep several on display--they are the friendliest creatures, nudging you with their giant heads begging ...