Ngorongoro Forest Tented Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... consisted of poolside, sleeping, Adam and Max watching English football with their new mate from last night (!), and the warthogs on the wifi. Sunset over the crater was lovely - I would say it was romantic - but Wayne and Grunta had been on the local beer since 3pm - so not much romance - in fact I think it might be a night of hippo like snoring! Off to the buffet now! ...
... be killed first.
After travelling for approximately half an hour through the lush rainforest in fog we descended
down into the crater where we were privileged to see many animals including the Grant's Gazelle, Golden Jackal, Hartebeest Antelope, Hyena and Black Rhinoceros. However, perhaps the two show ponies of the daywithin the animal kingdom were firstly the unexpected sighting ...
Today is a travel day. We were picked up by our guide and driven across the Amboselli National
Park to Namanga at the Tanzania border. We said our goodbyes to the animals from Amboselli!!!! Crossing in to Tanzania was relatively easy, and then we met our new guide for the next 4 days, until we return to Kenya. I'm not sure we all realized the ordeal this day would ...
... addressed us in English. There was a welcome ritual of music combined with jumping! Men were supposed to try and jump as high as they could and women could be more modest! Their jewellery and footwear were all handmade, with bright beads. Footwear was fashioned out of old tyres etc. Their houses were extremely small and they burn a fire in the house all through the day and the smoky smell is supposed to repel the dangerous beasts of the ...
... it escaped his memory, when I replied "I just started a book today called the Poisonwood Bible and that quote sounds really familiar", he replied "You know why? The book was the Poisonwood Bible!". Out of all the subjects we could have discussed in random conversation we had those 2! I love moments like that.
On our 3rd day in Zanzibar we travelled down to Stonetown and had a tour of a spice farm. The Island is often referred to ...