Sasakwa Hill Lodge
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... An African massage! We saw Masai villages along the way, many Masai shepherding their goats and cattle. The wildlife was brilliant. We saw cheetah, amaga lizard, bustard, superb starling, hyena, Malibu stork, gazelle, ostrich, secretary bird, giraffes, lions, black backed jackal. Arrived at Serengeti lodge after 7pm. A quick shower and then to dinner. Very tired so straight to ...
... edge and then leaping into the water, and swimming across to the other side. The line of animals started forming an "S" shape as they got swept in the current before making it to our side. Some of the babies had a harder time swimming so they'd get swept further out but they just kept swimming (and we'd cheer them on). A few zebras joined the crossing but there were probably 25 of them on the other side just drinking. The sheer volume of animals was difficult ...
... Basically it's a building with a metal detector as you walk in and one small room after that. Security was in one office on the side, and a tiny shop was on the other. If you had to go to the restroom, you needed to go back out and go to a separate concrete building. We met a cool couple from Switzerland who were on their honeymoon and a couple of other people while we waited.
The plane fit 15 people I think, and Sarah was our pilot. One of the guys on the ...
... ones here tonight but supposed to be full tomorrow night. Dinner and service were phenomenal. Best dinner we've had since arriving in Africa. Interesting the place furthest into the 'wilds of Africa' has the best cook! As we were escorted back to our tents after dinner, our protection showed elephants sleeping not more then two hundred yards from our tents. I'm figuring that is what the fires are ...
Around 5pm we headed up the steep path
to our next camp at the top of the crater, as we drove we passed
groups of elephants, but far in the distance. Our camp was so high up
that the mist covered the view of the crater. It was freezing!!!! So
cold we had to sleep fully clothed with 2 sleeping bags!
In the morning we arose to more mist.
As I was sitting on the toilet (I say no more), I heard what I
thought was an Elephant and ...