Singita Sabora Tented Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... would be great. The little one yesterday was excellent but it would be amazing to see one of those with thousands of animals.
When we met up with Kareem, it was like he read our minds! The first thing he said was,"I'm going to find you a BIG crossing today!". We set off in search of the big herds. Along the way, we came across six giraffes that were really close. There were two mom/baby pairs and a couple of males. One of the babies was less than three ...
Today has been fun! We spent the morning helping with the brick making for a new house for a family in need! We also had bible study after lunch There was a bus crash today, two busses and a 4Wf, we drove past it. There has been over 50 or 60 deaths that we know of, I don't know if there were many survivors but I highly doubt it. By the state of the mangled busses it's very unlikely and I would imagine ...
... arrived and offloaded 6 Spanish people. Their driver's name was Safari because his parents had been on a journey when he was born. The birding there was fantastic with lots of lifers, and once again Doggy was in his element. 7th June - Serengeti Stop OverAfter doing washing, we decided to make our way to The Ukerewe Island north of our camp. Doggy and I gave it a miss when we discovered that it was about 90 km on a ...
... the Zinduka office is and where the celebration took place on Monday and they were both there. I can't even begin to imagine what it took to get there and the hills and dirt roads they had to navigate.... Everyone was very welcoming and mentioned that we were part of their family.
We found out a bit about the family and then Brian asked Wamboi to read to us. When she tried, Brian jumped in to help her and her mama said no, let her do it, she can ...
... awards for two teachers and a student, and a passing out of the backpacks filled with the supplies. To give you an idea of why this is such a big deal - kids that aren't sponsored can attend school if they can find a uniform, but them may not have any supplies for classes. Project Zawadi kids get a backpack filled with two uniforms including socks and shoes, notebooks, pens, a ruler, and class books. If kids don't have this they don't have books to take home and study from - they ...