Rivertrees Country Inn
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Totally missed all the drama last night - Tim was visited by an elephant in the night, plus some Cape Water Buffalos. He had decided to put his tent up under the huge tree in the centre of the campground - saying as he did that it would mean the birds could poop all over it - but instead the huge elephant (verified not only from Timmy but by Kevin and Trish who happened to get up to go to the loo at the time) came up from the crater to steal water from ...
... to buy, and it was heartbreaking not being able to buy one item off everyone. We made a few purchases, then the women astounded us by offering us a few more items as gifts. It was very hard to hold back the tears at this point.
The kids we met here were just as friendly and fascinated by us as the kids back in Arusha were – but one of them caused a lot of laughter when they tried to rub off one of Paul’s tattoos!
We left Longido with solemn promises ...
... at the moment is driving to Zanzibar there is a lot of time on the bus to come up with fabulous new inventions that may change the world for the better, or more realistically, the worse. As such, I present the Big boy bounce seat accessory. Ever wished your seat in the car would bounce in time with the beat of your music? No? Well, erm, anyway, now your non existent problem is solved! You're most welcome. Coming to a store near you for Christmas! (buy one get several free). ...
... us "white/mzungos" into a van and the graduating kids into the school buses and then we drove for about half an hour down the highway, turned around and came back. I didn't quite understand why but this is Africa. Then back at school we were ushered to the VIP seats near the front and then all the parents teachers and kids came in. There were a few boring Swahili speeches and then each class, it seemed, did some sort of performance. The baby ...
... to block out most of this commotion but poor Megan.....
Well! After surviving yet another night we're up and off by 8.30am for the daily walk with the babies in the streets surrounding Neema House. The process of nappy changing that follows.. can be quite challenging...you know, catch a toddler, peel off the others trying to use him as a human trampoline ,grab a couple of nappies, grab a couple more because the fasteners on the first two didn't work, ...