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... have a shower- it will be a bucket and some cold water . Our toilet will be a hole on the ground! Damp, cold weather( it's Africa it's supposed to be hot!). But this is what I signed up for so time to suck it up. With Brendan's help( well to be honest if it wasn't for Brendan the bloody tent still wouldn't be up), we were set up for the night. Then it was a 6am start( that means tents down by 6am!). You have about 40mins to get your ...
... which is a king of greeting, especially used for foreigners, and put their hands up for a "hi 5" and we had a 12 yr old boy, following us, he started chatting to us, as he wanted to practice his English.
Its so peaceful, even with the waves pounding at the bottom of the stairs to the bungalow, now that the tide is in; its quite a big tide today as we will have a full moon tonight. here are a few more pictures of Zanzibar.
... and enjoyed the beach and bar. The next day about half the group took a Dho boat out to Mnemba Island (about 1.5 hr away) and went snorkeling. We went to two different spots to snorkel and had a guide with us to help spot and identify fish and other creatures. The coral was amazing and the water was so clear. There were scuba divers in our area as well and they said further down the coral reef the saw turtles. So I was close. Guess I need ...
... 42, 42); font-family: Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; ">At dawn where we caught a glimpse of the sunrise peering through think cloud and lighting up the valley beneath us. Day 3 we headed towards Ngorongoro National Park. This is one of the key Tanzanian attractions and proved to be one of our African highlights. Initially we drove the length of the park, all the way to the Serengeti NP boarder. Despite the incredible TV documentaries we've seen, we had decided ...
... grow a lot of spices! We went to a spice farm and did a lot of smelling and tasting of fruits and spices followed by lunch at a local home. After what we learnt about the slave trade out of West Africa we were also keen to learn more about the slave trade out of East Africa, which centred in Zanzibar and sent slaves to the Middle East. While there is not much there now to physically see we were still able to learn about the history of slavery and that it was just ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAndBeyond Klein'S Camp Serengeti National Park
The service was amazing and the safari drives in the private concession worth every penny. The views from our room were priceless
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