Rivertrees Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... group and got very emotional that this day had finally arrived. We all felt her happiness and shed a tear also as she spoke. The leaders gave their address and gave only praise and thanks to their sponsors for the years of support they had received over the many years. They also challenged the government to provide more support for education. Lots of entertainment followed from a Masai group, student singers, drummers ...
... night stop in the Serengeti, we were surprised with two things!! There were 3-4 men from the Sanctuary Kusini, where we'd be staying, to greet us with champagne & juice right to the side of the airstrip!! The other were the amount of tsetse flies everywhere!! It was so HOT & they gave us cow tail fly swatters for the flies, plus it was dry & windy & NO ...
... more and more animals, including two warthogs and a dozen babies! We also were able to see two rhinos grazing off in the distance, quite a rare find considering how near extinction the black rhino is. Everywhere we looked we saw different, new animals. The crater itself was incredibly gorgeous, a vast bright green landscape with rolling hills surrounded by forested mountains on all sides. However, the crater seemed to contain the animals, creating an almost zoo-like effect. ...
Today I was finally able to meet up with the directors wife to ask what she needed in the orphanage, and the list kept coming! The place is really run down. Only recently did they have a kitchen built for them, and by kitchen I mean a building with a store room and wood fire stove. There is no oven or fridge and at the moment there are no shelves to keep the food from getting insects or water into them. That will be one thing I will ...
... year at Umoja because when he arrived last year his education was extremely low. But he is quite motivated and is continuously improving his skills. Next year he plans to continue school to either be a tour guide or an IT technician.
The second student is 23. He grew up in a Masai village and did not attend school. His parents wanted him to stay home and help with the farming. He always wanted to go to school but couldn't because of his parents and the 4 hour walk ...