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... At times
we saw big groups walking together, but most of the time it was
smaller groups scattered across the vast plains. Everywhere you
looked you saw Wildebeest. In addition to these animals we saw
Warthogs, otherwise known as Pumba's by the Africans. They have
terrible memories, so much so that they can forget they're being
chased! On the contrary elephants have amazing memories, meaning they
can remember a long journey, resulting in never getting lost! We ...
... elephants and woke up. What happened next was captured on camera with series of photographs. The lions woke and one by one yawned the biggest yawn we had ever seen. All this while the elephants continued to graze about 30 metres from the lions. While this event was unfolding we couldn't believe we were watching live what might be considered worthy of a NatGeo documentary.
Sleeping Lions ...
Lovely day! We left the Ngorongoro Crater campsite and started toward the Serengeti. Just out of the crater area we saw our first giraffe. I was so delighted to finally see one. They are so odd looking with their long necks yet so beautiful and graceful. They feed on bramble bushes that give off a foul odor when they are disturbed. The giraffe just lumber off to the next bush and continue munching away. We also stopped on ...
... went into the house. His words were "he lives in my heart". Makes me want to go home and read more about Nyerere.
From there we went to my second home visit - that of 10 year old Wamboi. This was
a great, overwhelming, emotional visit wrapped in one. Wamboi lives with her mother, grandmother and one of her siblings. He mother is disabled and is unable to walk. She has a hand crank wheelchair/bike that she uses to get around. They live 3km ...
... a play demonstrating the importance of school and not getting into drugs. Amazing that while I couldn't understand more than a couple of words I understood enough through body language, tone of voice,and actions to know what the meas sage was. There was also traditional Ikizu (the local tribe) dancing,complete with music and dress. Another thing I caught on video and will send after I return home.
The last piece of the celebration was some items for teachers (due ...
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