Ndutu Safari Lodge
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... although I am also glad because as my friend in Sheffield
correctly pointed out, Goats milks tastes like a goat smells.
Next we sat down to be branded with hot metal. I spoke about
the branding in a previous post and it is used mostly to treat eye infections
by burning the face, however I think now it is more of an aesthetic thing. I
chose to have four circles on my right arm underneath my tattoo, the wire had
been heated for a while on a fire and ...
... compound is the hostel with more rooms and dorm style living. That is where the Tanzanian teachers will stay when they come.
At orientation there were us four teachers from the U.S. Debbie is from Chicago and works at the Univ. of Chicago lab school teaching science. She knows some of the American leaders of this organization. Steven is a math and science teacher in Philadelphia and knew a one of the American leaders because he was ...
... and could therefore enjoy ourselves.
I have also heard good things about Zara (including from people who work on the mountain) and I know there are other decent companies catering mostly for American, Australian, NZ climbers, etc.
When it comes to the route, the longer it is, the better chances you have for acclimatisation but also the more expensive it gets. Then again, it's better to spend a few hundred dollars more on an extra night or two on the ...
... some. When I did eventually see them though it was amazing. Reminded me slightly of the part in the first Jurassic park movie when they first see the dinosaurs walking freely by the side of their jeep and they can’t quite believe what they are seeing. I realise that Giraffe are not dinosaurs but it’s still a strange but amazing experience to see them roaming about in their natural habitat. We stayed with the Giraffe for a long time, gradually creeping ...
... They are raised to be very independent and self-sufficient. It is sad that they don’t get ‘taken care of’ like in the States, but there is something about it that makes me think they are better off this way. It is necessary for their survival. They do not get to be ‘children’ (as we understand it) for too long.
Play time was amazing! When it was dry enough we would go outside into an open football (soccer) ...