Travel Blogs from Arusha
... town) just before entering the park. Lunch comprised banana stew, ugali, spinach, beans and very tough chicken. They have a custom where you are brought water and a bowl to wash your hands at the table before and after the meal. In the evening we stayed at Migunga Forest Camp where we slept in a tent with see through netting which felt like sleeping outside. This was a very noisy evening surrounded by monkeys, birds, bats and very noisy crickets...but strangely ...
... We get to see more zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, elephant, hyena, Jackal, vulture, heartbeest, Thomsons Gazelle, warthog, waterbuck and buffalo. I cant even describe how awesome it is, and then somehow it gets so much better! The pilot seem to be on a mission, he's gone quiet and is heading as best he can in one direction, keeping high above the ground, what has he seen? In the distance we see a dark area, it looks like a long row of trees, but as we get closer and we ...
... where we watched a case involving the Attorney-General of Uganda.
On Saturday, we went with Robert (a Projects Abroad staff member) to his Maasai village. We met his father, the village elder, and he blessed us and welcomed us in the Maasai language. He has two wives and many children and grandchildren - they all loved taking photos! We were able to see ...
... is spotty. Kenya banned hunting thirty years ago. Even so, poaching is still a real problem. South Africa with its vast "pay-to-hunt" industry is still the worst conservation offender.
Bill is training a new generation of native Tanzanian wildlife biologists at his Ndutu Research Camp. He realizes importing wildlife professionals does Tanzania no good. The foreigners have ...
... as a couple of the guides squabbled over who should be eating it. I'm still not entirely sure how much of their exchange was serious. A few of us stood and said some words of thanks to our great crew. We had a couple of drinks then people started to head to bed- several have to get up for early flights tomorrow morning. I sat up a little while with Kim, Fred and. Nath- we had a last drink while catching up on emails/news from ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service