Rivertrees Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... lived with her grandmother who is nearly 100 now and who now lives with Olivas older sister. Dinner was at the school and was a welcome dinner for us all. Peter 2 our cook from 2000 and 2004 was still the cook for this meal. There were around 50 visitors who had arrived and many were staying in the visitor accommodation at St Jude's. Some amazing people with different connections the school. That's enough for now. I'll keep you posted. Hope this one gets ...
... br> Day 2: Early morning game drive in Serengeti national park back to the campsite for brunch (breakfast and lunch) continues with game drive in Serengeti then drive toward the Ngorongoro conservation area for dinner and overnight at Simba campsite right on the rim of the crater.
Day 3: early breakfast at the camp then drive down the crater for a tour with lunchbox which will be taken down the crater. The crater is not that big it’s like a natural zoo which ...
... just a little fact for you there, it amused me. We did go over the road to say our hellos but as we were informed by Robert when we came to Tanzania it's only private schools that learn English so communication wasn't so easy, luckily though respect and high fives are a universal language. We lost five hours at the petrol station and had to turn back and travel in the opposite direction for an hour to find ...
... thanks Mom for the great travel alarm clock - it worked great!). We packed up the last few things and went outside to find a couple of guys who were there to carry our bags. Nice! Airport delivery went fine and we got to the gate in no time.
The Africa part of our trip was done. What a life-changing experience it was for me and I think for Roger. I can't believe we had the opportunity to connect with wild animals like we did. It was so much more than I ever ...