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... more information. We have a contact to send him some stuff and he is ever so grateful.
We did a game drive down to the crater floor the next day and witnessed all the animals again and had a picnic lunch. Great day really enjoyed by us both. Clare has told the driver he should not get paid for doing this job it is so much fun. He laughed. But he certainly agreed about the fun part.
We drove out of the crater the next day for our 2 nights at Serengeti. See next ...
... us while they were grooming each other (and playing with themselves - boys will be boys!). It did cross my mind as to whether they were going to jump onto the jeep and into the car, given we had an open top roof for viewing. Luckily they stayed as they were this time!
A drive further across we got further to the water where I saw the most flamingos I've ever seen in one place in my life. The landscape was stunning with perfect lines of blue sky, ...
... just looks back at us and says "You guys must be lucky wow! a Serval and a Caracal" This time we can get some better pics before it sneaks into the bushes. The last big thing we wanted to see was a male lion and thankfully we were able to spot one just before we left the crater. A large male and female were walking together towards the creek. This was a mating pair who were alone for obvious reasons. They slowly walked through the ...
It's actually a caldera, not a crater, which means it was formed not by an impact but by a mountain collapsing into its center. It is called Ngorongoro Crater because it looks like a massive crater, being round and some 600 meters deep. We saw another amazing crater in Indonesia in 2012, inside of which sits the active volcano Mount Bromo, which we climbed and whose steaming center we stared into. That crater looked a lot like the moon, ...
... we head to Manyara Ranch Camp. It is a 35,000 acre conservatory. We arrive after an hour plus drive The estimated time to anywhere here is about 2 hrs. Plus or minus whatever. Distance has no meaning as just about every road is dirt. Potholes make roads in Detroit seem well maintained. At Manyara we are met by Jason, a South African. He has nice cold towels dipped in eucalyptus and mango juice for us as we exit the ...
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