Lake Manyara Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lake Manyara National Park
... in a small mud/dung round hut. Not entirely sure how they figure out who stays where and with whom. They do not eat every day and their primary nutrition is animal blood as they bloodlet their goats and cattle. They do not grow anything and their animals really are their life blood. There is no big water source nearby and they have adapted their physiology to conserve water. The hut has no kitchen. When the goats have a baby, it stays ...
... lake edge is like a mirage. You keep walking and the edge never comes closer. The lake level was low but will start to fill as the big rains start in a few weeks. The area is also a corridor for animals including those on the great migration. Not sure if I mentioned the local thongs made from car tires. They last for ever. I reckon they are better than our over 100 dollar walking ...
Leaving island was kinda exciting because we all five (Johan, Romy, Tobias, Darata and me) were looking forward to it since long time ago! We packed our stuff on Friday and were kinda ready to go, but dutch guys couldn't get ferry tickets for the normal residential price. Let me explain. As we are volunteers we got resident permits and we have it in our passports. So when we bought tickets with Darata we got for normal price (14$) though we had to fight a lot to explain that we are ...
... vehicle succumbed to the very rough road and fell off.
We arrived to the floor to be greeted by a pride of lions crossing the road. We were very pleased as most of the lions we have seen were lazing in the sun. There were a number of males in the pride, and one large male who was lagging in the rear with a reluctant female.
The floor was sparsely populated with the usual suspects, however we soon came across a beautiful watering hole, ...
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