Karama Lodge & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We camped out at Panorama camp site where we didn't stay in tents, but in igloos. Oh the irony! They were also boiling hot and infested with ants so not much sleep was had during our three day excursion. Then all of Sweden came to our camp and took hostage of the bathroom and dining area. So many blonde people in my midst! The girls were also very into their velour sweatsuits. I didn't realize the 90's called! Oh snap! I'm soooooo funny...*cough* *cough*. It ...
... upon arrival we could not believe the number of “Mzungu” visitors in game vehicles from so many operators- it took over an hour to book in and we wondered why we were doing this? On the way to the Public camp we passed a waterhole with: Baboons, monkeys, Warthogs, Zebra, Impala, Kudu, Giraffe, Wildebeest and Elephants. Who was looking at whom? Tarangire is amazing- so many animals and such a variety of vegetation- from swamps to forest to savannah plains. We saw Cheetah ...
... lot of names missing on it, maybe they quit the trip or just never signed the tee shirt, there is a photo of "Nala" where she bogged down in Mauritania (which I posted on the blog, previously)
There is a not so funny sign in the bar, talk to each other, there is no Wifi, as if I don’t talk enough to everyone on the truck
Mark sold this campsite to us, grass, wifi, bar, hot showers, well he was right on just one count, the showers (but I haven’t tried them yet) I ...
... region trying to find cheetahs & lions & leopards. There were many giraffes who were so graceful walking across the grasslands horizons. Right in front of our jeep, we had a number of them spread their legs somewhat to enable them to put their long necks down to drink water. They have such big hearts that pump the blood to head that when they put their heads down, they can get very dizzy & fall making them vulnerable to ...
... a long goodbye and thank you to the porters (all 22 of them!), cooks, and guides, we are headed back to our hotel in Arusha. It feels good to be back on flatland and with showers in our near futures! After much discussion, we all agreed that climbing Kilimanjaro was incredible, unparalleled, and fun, but also much more physically taxing than we could have anticipated. Thankfully we deemed tomorrow a "rest day" before heading the Serengeti to see some critters Monday ...