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... Before heading back to camp we stopped for "sundowners" which is the typical end of day cocktail hour on the Serengeti. Very nicely done and we got to meet the other people in our camp.
Inters tingly, there is a family of five with us along with two others in their group who are on a five month tour thro9ugh Africa, South America and North America. Turns out it is the owner of the "& Beyond" Safari Group which ...
... more attractive to Mosquitos? I did have my small chocolate indulgence just before I went to bed! Okay that is my little first-world rant over. Time to talk about my (amazing) day. So the school is made up of 3 classrooms on the otherside of a small playground for a nursery (no tables and chairs), Kindergarten 1 (small group tables) and Kindergarten 2 (regular row layout). There is then an upstairs area (where I took my ...
... 8 million years.
We stopped for a short ranger talk and looked at the small museum. The gorge uncovered two million years of history slicing through layers of volcanic deposits. The short stop was well worth the time.
Soon we could see the plains of the Serengeti. The vast savanna stretches out for miles, dotted with a few acacia trees. It is here that one of nature's most spectacular events happens - the Great Migration of ...
... black-mamba-looking snake in our room when we were checking out. Despite my instruction not to go near the snake while I got help, I returned to find Jack trying to pick it up by its tail "to see what it did".
Then on to Ngorongoro Crater. The Crater Lodge is the most opulent place I have ever stayed. Returning from a day´s safari to a full bath covered with rose petals overlooking the Crater, a bottle of champagne and an open fire is pretty hard to ...
Today is our last day in Zanzibar. Tomorrow we fly out to Arusha on the mainland for a two day safari to the Ngorongoro crater.
Zanzibar has been lovely; it took a little while to grow on us, especially the hustle bustle of Stonetown. These few days at Pongwe on the beach have been magical and so relaxing. ( we needed it after the bike ride)
The tides here go out a long way, so at low tide you can walk for miles along the ...