Karama Lodge & Spa
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... Warthog with 10-12 pups! - Wildabeest, including calves - Zebras + lots of babies - Grants Gazelles - Birds galore (grey crested cranes, herons, Egyptian geese, splendid starlings, etc) Day 2: After a quick breakfast, we packed up camp to head to the Serengeti for the remainder of our safari. Thankfully, driving anywhere on safari turns out to be a part of the safari. As we left the crater area, heading west to the Serengeti, we encountered about a dozen giraffes eating ...
Andy: we're going game driving today to see if we can spy us some hippos and rhinos. Rhinos are notoriously shy so I tried to look as stupid as possible so they would feel more confident and come and see us. This was easy with fan hat, a hat with a fan in it that everyone is clearly so jealous of. After about 8 hours driving we'd seen zebra, birds, swimmy birds and some flies. But finally on the horizon three rhinos ...
... was second hand shoes piled high on tables for as far as the eye can see.amazing. Then the next section was clothes then there were curtains etc. one guy tried to sell Andy a tiny pair of pants. Quite funny. Then we went to the veggie market area where there was endless piles on tomatoes haha. We saw one of Andy's students who took us to his mums "cafe", very local but cool. They handed us a bowl of what from a ...
... to the camp was the masi mari markets and museum which was really interesting. I had seen by the side of the road these young boys with pained faces and large feathers in a band around their heads only to find out that in the Masi culture as a young man of 15 you have a circumcision preformed, if you cry or blink or call out you will be shamed, some of which have to leave the village if you are successful you have ...
So we have made it back to arusha after our safari and our luck has changed. Over the 4 days on safari we pretty mush saw everything.
Oh but first a story that we missed the other day, on the way down from Nairobi on the long bus journey there was one section were we had to go off road, we thought we were having it bumpy when we saw another minivan where a goat had got its head stuck between the seat and the window, it was bleating ...