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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... breakfast we head out into bush walk with a ranger accompanying us with his AK-47.. yes, because animals come in and out of the crater so it is safe nowhere. The ranger tells us that yesterday he had to charge his gun to scare away an elephant that was threatening him and a group he was with..so its for a safety to have him and his gun.
Unfortunately it was very misty and in lieu of a beautiful crater view, we see... nothing. Clouds, mist, grey. We're ...
We stopped at a small town called Mwanza to be processed by immigration control as we were exiting Tanzania. What a process that was - taking our luggage off the plane, going through passport control, navigating the security machines and then back on the plane to continue our onward journey.
So we farewell Tanzania for the moment and have now landed in Rwanda where we start the next chapter of this amazing adventure - the trekking of the mountain ...
... and as we descended were saw a plethora of colourful birds and
were lucky enough to see a tiny species of Antelope that are very difficult to
see. From the side of the crater you could already see huge herds of Buffalo
and Wildebeest grazing on the plains. When we reached the crater we saw Lion
almost straight away, two females drinking from a river surrounded by unfazed
buffalo. Just to the other side of the track were many wildebeest with jackal
... She didn't tell anyone that she was leaving and her boyfriend first heard about it when she emailed him from Moorhead. Her boyfriend had already gone to India and finished his masters degree in business. He decided to wait for her and when she returned, they were married. It is amazing to hear of this woman's strength and amition. She said she did not want to live the life that her mother had.
Another story that Selena told us was about her mother. Her ...
... feel like we may have broken the
world record for the amount of people (and goats) to be crammed inside a 12
We trekked through the bush for at least an hour before we
reached the ceremony which was inside a large Maasai village. It looked as
though it was attended by well over a hundred people and there was lots of
singing, dancing, drinking and eating to be done! Many of the Maasai came to
introduce themselves to me and ask how I ...