Lake Manyara Hotel
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We met Adam at 6:30 am after our butler brought us tea & cookies for our wake-up call. (we could get used to this am ritual). Down a bumpy dirt road we went to get to the base of the crater. What a beautiful area, so very lush & green. There were no rivers going thru, but quite abit of standing water. Adam said that the Crater had almost developed its own ecosystem & moisture also came from the fog & condensation. WOW, so many animals! ...
... 30 fresh roses!! Incredible!! We showered, dressed up for once, ate our chocolate goodies & went for dinner in our five-Star dining room which again, the food was amazing!!! They had the staff come out & sing Swahilli songs & this time Noella got up to dance!! We also visited with Dick & CB, a retired couple from San Fran who we met on a plane earlier & who were travelling for a whole year. As I said earlier, this was a GREAT ...
... uncanny knack of camouflaging their young ones just by positioning their legs. We also see giraffe and Impala and buffalo. Today is the first day we can eat our picnic boxes outside of the car, and once again we see about 30 safari jeeps. The velvet monkeys love the picnic area and brazenly pinch food of the neighbouring loud mouthed tourists. The Tarangire Sopa Lodge has a pool with cheeky monkeys in the trees around. Our waiters are called Godlisten and ...
... we had just come from, you could see for miles. It was our chance to buy some gifts, my bartering skills are pretty good, as I got a wooden rhino and a ceramic dish for 20,000 shillings, which worked out at about £8.
Tuesday 12th August
Its our second day of safari, we woke up at 6am to travel to Ngorongoro Crater. It took 2hours to get there but it was so foggy it was worse than the weather in England, you couldn't see what was in front of us. It was ...