Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... are made of acacia wood, then bamboo with cow dung pats then used to cover the structure. The guy who took us into his dark house was so proud of it - he said that it didn’t leak (which I find amazing) and there were three small areas separated by very low dividers - one for the kids to sleep, one for the adults to sleep and the smallest of areas for the cooking with a narrow perimeter around to sit down. Was pitch black in there with only a tiny small hole ...
... the 125 tribes of Maasai where man's wealth is measured in terms of cattle and children. The Maasai are very social and patriarchal and keep traditional ways. The Maasai men have numerous wives whom they share. (A spear by the door indicates a man is visiting... sort of a Privacy Please sign!) They are pastoralist and depend on their flocks for food; they neither grow crops nor hunt. (They ...
... We have learned that if you snap pictures without paying they throw stones at your car and shout words which I am sure aren't too nice in any language!) The Maasai custom is to circumcise young men when they are about eleven to thirteen years old. They must not react to the pain, and then they must leave their village and survive on their own for a brief period of time. Following this ...
... until the government relocated them. They do not eat any wild animals, so they pose no threat to the wildlife. They are the only tribe allowed to live in this and other conservation areas. The crater is full of life. We saw Cape buffalo, an Augur buzzard, flamingoes, lions, black-backed jackals, spotted hyenas eating a bone until a lion came to take it away, hippos, an elephant graveyard, wildebeest, zebras, a Kori bustard (bird), a superb starling, and more ...
... exception of the last 30km. And unlike our guides in Kenya, Livingstone and Mike aren't afraid of the accelerator. Two important questions upon arrival: The warthogs (aka Pip and Kate) - have you got wifi? Dumb and Dumber (aka Adam and Max) - have you got a TV and will we be able to watch the All Blacks? Yes was the answer to both - so I think Grunta and Wayne were equally as happy. So we checked in and headed to the bar for the drink - the bar overlooks the crater so is ...