Pamoja Expedition Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... recycled glass and turned them into master pieces including candle holders, cups, jugs, lanterns etc. other people reused aluminium or chose to paint. They showed us how they make glass beads, breaking down wine bottles and cooking the glass Into a certain shape using clay molds. It was so fascinating! One we had a tour around the place, we started our coffee plantation tour! We found out that coffee was actually first found in the ...
... we headed back on the road to Jinja, the adrenaline capital of East Africa, which obviously means that we all booked to do a booze cruise, white water rafting and quad biking, all booked within ten minutes of our arrival, we hadn't even put tents up yet haha. In fact we couldn't be bothered with the tents so we upgraded. Tonight 10 of us headed to an Indian restaurant in town, firstly we went to the wrong one and all they had was veggie samosas so thankfully we made our excuses ...
... had to go to the pottery factory first. You could actually hear people having the fun you could be having from the window. Whilst we were learning about the history of a saucer and where the best teacups come from. It was similar today. Still I got some free coffee which is now in our room and stopping it smelling of feet and wet towels. It's been raining for the last week and barely getting above 15 degrees. I gave all my waterproof and warm clothing ...
... zebra, black beard jackal, bat eared fox, buffalo, ostrich, grants gazelle, warthog, lions, hippos, Kori *******(bird) pelicans, flamingoes, hyena's, wilderbeast, elephants. Had lunch at the picnic spot, had hippos and zebras behind us, was very lovely indeed. After a very bumpy ride it was on to the Serengeti YAY, so excited to be here! Had a small afternoon game drive on the way to ...
... hill and the views there were great too. We had a great breakfast and AMAZING local coffee. Delicious.
A driver brought us into town to see a few sights and bring us to some good views of Kilimanjaro. Unfortunately there was cloud cover so we couldn't see Kili but we did get to go to some interesting places. He brought us to the Cultural Heritage Center which is basically a big co-op where they sell local ...