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... as the worst meals I have ever eaten abroad in ten years of travel and 17 countries visited. The green bananas in some form of curry really failed to excite the taste buds and left me disappointed. Luckily the pre dinner entertainment of seeing some wild elephants drinking from the camps water tank soon livened up the evening. We were standing no more then four meters from a massive bull elephant that was illuminated my our head torches. With no wires or steel bars ...
We said our goodbyes to the Serengeti and Stan took us back to Lobo airstrip where we flew back to Arusha, had a quick lunch at the coffee plantation lodge we had stayed in on the first night and then off to Kudo airport again to catch this flight to Zanzibar.
We all got quite excited as we crossed the Indian Ocean and Zanzibar came into view. The airport was ...
... any pictures of zebra. We said we will have to go to our local zoo to get pictures when we get home, he was amused but still wouldn't stop.
We did our border check including finger printing and then transferred to the Tanzanian vehicles and drivers. A big farewell hug and thank you to George and Antony for being such lovely and friendly guides and safe drivers. We hope to meet them again at the Kenyan border. George very kindly asked Musa to take care of me ...
... we hurried back, and saw another female lion with three older cubs watching the male lions come towards them. However, while we were expecting to arch a fight, the males had just eaten (you could tell by their bloody faces) and just went and slept on the rock. After a while of waiting we had to turn back to camp so that we could pack up and leave.
On the way back we spotted a hartebeest with her baby, and s cheetah following them with obvious intent to get the baby. ...
... dawn on me until we arrived at the pool and witnessed at least 200 hippos smashed and crammed together at the end of small river. They were really cute until a giant woof of a terrible smell passed through the air. That was when I was informed that all the water the cute hippos were splashing on themselves was water filled with their own defecate. Eddie explained that the male hippos toss water all over themselves to show dominance, and when so many ...
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