Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at the moment is driving to Zanzibar there is a lot of time on the bus to come up with fabulous new inventions that may change the world for the better, or more realistically, the worse. As such, I present the Big boy bounce seat accessory. Ever wished your seat in the car would bounce in time with the beat of your music? No? Well, erm, anyway, now your non existent problem is solved! You're most welcome. Coming to a store near you for Christmas! (buy one get several free). ...
... coke and blowing my nose for the hundredth time on their previously pristeen table cloth, we all agreed that pizza is the best after all. Strange to think that tomorrow we change country, I hope they let us in. I don't look anything like my passport photo now. I'll just say I've had a rough week... Zoe: lie in today and somehow I slept through the rooster and call to prayer at 4am. Maybe I now used to the sounds after 3 weeks and with only one sleep before we ...
... we arrived at our campsite which was also a Snake park, after putting up the tents we had a look around the park, it was pretty rundown and on the whole quite a depressing place, a large vulture and a yellow baboon looked particularly unhappy. It did have an impressive selection of some of the most dangerous snakes in the world including Pythons, Puff Adders, Green Mambas and a variety of a Spitting Cobras. ...
... t long after this sighting that we saw a family of lions. This sighting wasn't as close as the last so we decided to move on soon after, we were in search of rhino and a leopard, and possibly a baby cheetah...we were hopeful thinking and have definitely become greedy. For a break we stopped at a hippo pond. Nowhere near as many hippos as we had seen in the Serengeti, but the view from there was beautiful. Our game drive in Ngorongoro was coming to an ...
... busy, particularly near the dalla dallas where the drivers shout out the destinations of their busses and try and encourage people to get on. As white people wearing bright coloured scrubs we attracted a lot of attention from dalla drivers, sometimes being politely greeted and others being shoved in the direction of a dalla door in an attempt to get us 'mzungu' (foreigners) on it. We were relieved to finally arrive at Levolosi after a 15 minute walk. Upon arrival ...