Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge
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... are put in awkward situations because the people here who run some of the programs that we take part in assume we are med students or Gods. We are constantly asked for our professional opinion on topics we are not even close to being qualified to answer. For example, we took a tour around a school designated to only children with visual, auditory and hearing impairments and were asked at the end of the tour how the school could better their programs. I don't ...
... didn’t have any washing up to do
As there wasn’t anything else to do, everyone went to be, BUT about midnight, dogs started barking and they went on all night, I know no one got any sleep, I got up at 5am with murder in my heart, I could have quite happily killed them, no one had any idea what set them off or why it was all night, they weren’t even wild dogs, but domestic dogs on a rope
We has breakfast of toast and coffee, which didn’t improve ...
... The male ostrich was ducking and diving his head like a pendulum whilst he lay sat on the ground. The female at the same time danced around the male doing a side step whilst flaring her wings like jazz hands. It was very funny to witness. Carrying on we caught sight of nearly every animal we had seen over the two days in the Serengeti within a couple of hours. We were even fortunate enough to spot the rare and endangered black rhino. Before stopping for lunch ...
... though. Then there are two. Then a bunch. Then I realize they are bats, and surprisingly graceful and mesmerizing to watch. I'm also glad I got my rabies vaccine so I don't really care as they periodically silently zip by my head.
I normally wouldn't even mention this, but after driving out into the middle of the desert, after going through a dozen small villages, after arriving at my tented room, it turns out they have wifi here. I have to go behind a shack in ...
... such strength, her bowels showed weakness.
After 8 days, we are really happy to be off of the mountain, but climbing it was the experience of a lifetime that we wouldn't trade for anything. We got a lot closer (whether we wanted to or not), challenged ourselves every day, and achieved an amazing life accomplishment.
We are off to safari and will keep you posted on our continued adventures.
Jack and Madison