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Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park
... in front of our truck and finished off in the distance. We stopped initially to watch a lone baby zebra grazing. Only in the distance could we see a Hyena stalking. It wasn’t long before the Hyena broke into a slow run towards us and the zebra, causing the zebra to start jogging itself. Before long the hyena had gained on the zebra and a sprint ensued. We watched with bated breath to see whether or not the zebra was going to escape but the hyena closed ...
... to Prison Island to see the giant land turtles and that night we stayed at the Karibu Inn. NJ, Neha and I took beds in a dorm room for 15$. The Island is predominantly Muslim and the locals were observing their fasting period for Ramadan. Restaurants were closed until after dark, but there was an amazing night market that came alive with a festival atmosphere until late into the evening!
On Sunday it was time to leave our ...
... east coast. This town had the softest sand I have ever felt, but unfortunately the beach was full of seaweed so swimming wasn't the best. However, you could arrange for a boat to bring you out to these patches of crystal clear water where they had good snorkeling. Dolphins + beach + curry = a happy camper.
Also, I have managed to get all my roommates hooked on monopoly. We play a bit too much though.. Why doesn't anyone know how to play rummy?
... and found them on the move, seeking shade under a tree.
We were on our way back to the main/central part of the Serengeti when Dane again shouted Stop! I looked to my left and all I could see was one big massive heaving pit of lion bodies under a tree. There had to have been 20-25. It's was incredible! A few were completely covered in flies, others stretched out upside down. Again just so breath-taking. We sat ...
... does not count as the traditional home of the Masaai nomads, so we dubbed these guys beach Masaai, not to be confused with real Masaai. What makes the beach Masaai even more conspicuous is the fact that they walk around listening to their ipods and talking on mobile phones. Fortunately they left us alone for the most part, we must have not seemed like their target clientele.
Calling Paje a town is almost generous, there's not a whole ...