Ndutu Safari Lodge
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... matters, the teaching! So last week we started teaching properly at the primary school. In the morning we taught in the nursery section (counting, alphabet etc) and the afternoon in Class one and class two. We taught an A.A Milne poem in a poems lesson, cleanliness in science and about being polite in English lessons among other things. The classrooms are very bare and only contain a blackboard and a few handmade posters on the wall. Definitely not as bright and colourful as ...
... are the usual touts trying to sell
anything. On Saturday they have a big disco here with loud music from
8PM to 5AM. Customs are messing us about , first off they do not
beleave the stated value of the bearing and so are contacting
Mercedes. Next they now want photocopies of the passport and visa to
prove it is for a tourist. Bit strange because we still have to pay
the same import tax as the locals!
... between the cars and we all stalked her quite a way until she decided to climb a tree. If we had gotten there any later we would have missed her. I'm really happy we didn't as we didn't see another leopard the whole trip. On the way back to camp we saw some Buffalo and giraffes. I got to see a giraffe running which was pretty cool, they look so funny. After some more animal hunting we went back to camp for brunch which was one of the best meals I've had yet. BBQ pork ribs! ...
... walk through a local conservation park and an evening meal at Godfreys family home made this yet another unforgettable travel experience.
By now we were also becoming more confident walking around the PPF area where we are living and travelling into Arusha. We had enjoyed meals at a number of local eateries and had even watched a crazy movie at one of Arushas few cinemas. Heres a word from Delaney ......
ok I just wanted to add my views on the bizarre ...
... were about 5 people in the boat, and our captain searched for the dolphins. We were the first boat to find it, and within minutes, 9 other boats joined us.
It's a process of spotting them, going close to them, jumping and swimming as close as possible... Once the dolphins go too fast, you get back in the boat and repeat the process... LOVED it!!!
I have an amazing video!
Zanzibar, I'll see you again... Anyone joining me? Flights from SA, ...