Olasiti Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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... They make various beaded jewellery and operate old-style manual weaving looms. There were some doing very detailed paintings and we spent quite some time watching a group of men making champagne glasses by hand from molten glass.
Next, we wandered across to the adjacent Arusha Coffee Lodge for a light lunch which was delicious.
We then headed into town again to visit the Precision Air office. There were several cases there - ...
... the back of the Rift in our back! Now, that's quite a view for a campsite! We will be staying 3 nights here. Tonight we cooked pork ribs on the barbecue, and went to bed early exhausted by the long drive.
WATERFALL & BOUMA
The next day, accompanied by a young local maasai nicknamed 'Amigo' we hike up a canyon, wading through the river up to a couple of waterfalls. The last one is quite large and pretty cascading on rocks downs to a ...
... of Tanzania. There were a good number of people milling around in the towns, not really doing much. We did get a flat tire and pulled over to the side of the road to change it. There were a few guys chilling on the road who came over to help Emanuel change the tire. Guess that's why there are so many people just hanging out on the street. Emanuel asked us our favorite animals, and Jin went first and said penguin. Emanuel said he saw one once out here, but it's very ...
... 8217;t buying today, but in some ways it felt bad turning them down as we knew a single sale may go a long way. We’d also hoped to visit the Maasai Market as part of this trip, to see the beautiful handicrafts on sale from the From Kumbuka With Love project, but sadly the market and over 200 stalls were lost to a fire last November. Hopefully it won’t be long before a FKWL stall or shop can be established again, but in the meantime there’s always the Facebook ...
Apologies in advance for the longish post, but I think you'll find it worth it.
Today was the first day of our safari and it started out as any good safari adventure should: with us waiting in vain for the actual company we booked with. Instead, a stranger comes up to me, shakes my hand, tells me his name is Anthony (Not Marc Anthony thank goodness), and that we're going on a safari with him. We only need to give him a large ...