Ndutu Safari Lodge
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So this is going to be my little rant for the trip so far. Okay! I miss Canada for the fact that people don't bombard you on the street asking for money or trying to force a product onto you. The other day we were all out shopping and our driver pulled into a parking space where his tire was millimeters on the parking line. Supposedly this is a big deal! So within a minute the "Arusha City Wrong Parking" (who looked like a group of guys who were bored one day so ...
Woke up shivering and with a runny nose. Temperatures overnight had plummeted down to 4 degrees. Sleeping in my sleeping bag that is designed for 'summer temperatures', it has a minimum temperature of 15 degrees. Despite wearing four layers it was still bitterly cold. We woke again before the sun rose, having had breakfast and completely packed up the tents. The sun only started to come up for the first time as we left the campsite. Brimming the crater for ...
... young calves with them. After
watching the elephant for a very long time we began to ascend the 600 metre
high track back out of the crater and we got some fantastic views of both the
crater and the rainforest that surrounds it. Going to Ngorongoro for the day
has confirmed to me that at some point I will return to Tanzania, as I would
love to see the crater again as well as the other nearby parks; the Serengeti,
Lake Manyara and Tarangire.
... takes place before they'll open the gate. When Tanzanian men talk to each other, it's hard to tell if they're mad or not - Rajai said that's just the way they talk and he agreed that it can sound like they're angry, and we laughed.
After the last gate we get to the tented camp site for my next two nights. As promised, it's basically a room with canvas walls - it's really interesting and pretty! Electricity only from 6:30pm to 11pm, recharging only in the ...
... would not worry about eating meat in front of Maasai women but Lalahe
who does not follow a faith will follow the Maasai tradition. It’s interesting
to hear Lalahe speak as he seems to acknowledge that he might not really
believe that he would lose strength if a women sees him eat but he follows it
more as it is tradition. At the market women often go to sell livestock but
cannot do so without the presence of a man who can buy and sell for ...