Ndutu Safari Lodge
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... mood by 20km, which took over an hour to do in traffic, hills and locals. Come 30km, I had had it. Where was a truck. A local followed me up a hill, to Hans' enjoyment. I was not impressed. He was behind me squeaking away, or beside me just outside my vision. But I could smell him, oh it was sick. I smell better then that, hell all the riders do without a shower too. I slowed and saw Hans behind me about 200m and turned and meet him half way. He was laughing. The Local saw ...
... I am single, and so let me go through rather than checking my bags!
Phew. All that was before 3:45pm! I was then met by the lovely driver who lives in the village, and had come to collect me (boy was I glad to see he had a sign with my name!). On the hour journey to the place that is home for the next 5 weeks, he shared lots of little bits of information about the sights as we passed them, his family, asked me about mine, and just generally ...
... as we tried to explain the type of dress Joy wanted while in this dark, cramped back room with a group of women. An all-around awkward experience. Fingers crossed Joy's dress turns out! My hat is great. Good news is that our hotel has wi-fi and Joy was able to read her email and see if our old friend Michael Jackson had responded. We leave tomorrow and will hopefully be out seeing some awesome animals for the next 4 days!
... me so we got along really well. They have been volunteering for months, first in Bali, then India, Africa and after a week in Rome they will be finishing off their volunteering in Peru. I was in awe of what they have been able to experience together. It's definitely a life changing event. A big part of this trip is having someone to experience it with you. There's a lot to adjust too and having a friend who is also going through it I think makes the whole experience 10x better. ...
... zebras, flamingos and all other animals and landscapes of the African jungle. * Name of the big 5 in Swahili - local language ___//___ Acordamos antes do sol nascer no camping em Arusha e nosso destino agora são 3 dias fazendo safaris na Tanzania. Primeiro a vida selvagem no Parque Nacional do Serengeti e depois Ngorongoro. Dimensões difíceis de imaginar, nos 17 mil km2 do Serengeti e 700 km2 do Ngorongoro (a cidade de São Paulo 1,5 km2), sem ...