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This is a new section we wanted to include to honor our
friends (new and old) and family who deserve special recognition.
- #1 shoutout goes to Bret Lesavoy who we ran into
in the middle of the Ngorogoro Crater. We spotted each other like animals, and
we couldn’t have been happier to see him. Also, he admitted to reading our blog—GO
BRET KEEP READING!!!!
- Big shoutout to Arden Kreeger and Brendan ...
... the viewing areas by 6pm - it was probably more like 6.30pm when we rolled in. Just enough time to get our tents up before we were treated to an amazing and spectacular sunset.
The cooks of the various Safari companies have their own large caged and covered area to prepare the meals for their clients, and a second building next door is where the ‘clients’ are served their meals. A good meal was had, with our own alcohol we’d brought along with ...
... shook the shack we were sat in. We legged it outside to cover up our tents, and listened in awe as the Massive storm hailed, clapped and drenched the ground for 30 minutes. We really did hear the rains down in Africa...! (Later in the week we learned that this quick storm killed over 40 people in a nearby town) Safe to say we had an early night, which was sensible given our 6am start. Lying in our tent with no borders, we were completely in the wild. GB ...
... in the morning on the Serengeti. The name "Serengeti" is derived from the Maasai language Maa and means "endless plains".
The wildebeest is also called a gnu and is a member of the antelope family. There is no other antelope like the wildebeest which looks as if assembled from spare parts. The front of the animal looks like an ox, the hindquarters look like antelope, ...
We had to get up early for the two hour drive to the local landing strip where a small plane would take us to Arusha. From there we board the international flight to Amsterdam and back to Portland.
It is our last day to see animals in Africa. We left a little early so we could make a couple of stops. Our last day was a spectacular as the others. First we ran into a large herd ...