Singita Sasakwa Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... best). I called back and someone came right over. Not sure if they forgot us or just were busy with other guests. Anyway, we finally got to the firepit and got to chat with some of the other guests. There were some great people and we really enjoyed ourselves. Leslie from Chicago was really cool and was really positive about the fact that we'd see a crossing. Jane from New Jersey had her whole family with her and they were really nice. We ended up sitting near them at ...
... to be horrendous with the survivors. It's crazy that it happened on a large straight stretch on the road, where they would have seen it happening, all of those passengers. It's a smack in the face seeing things like this, every person killed in that accident had a place they were heading, and they all have stories and families. It's just such a tragedy. makes me grateful for the laws and safety back home ...
... We pass right by them.
We drove on to the Mara River and within minutes saw a wildebeest crossing complete with a couple of croc kills. It was amazing to watch hundreds of wildebeest all running for the water, jumping in and jumping on top of each other, as they push and jockey for position. It was sheer pandemonium and chaos, along with their strange, constant mooing-like noise. I saw two young get taken by crocs and it was actually uneventful, ...
... dirt road. The others went all the way to the ferry but decided not to go over to the island as they probably wouldn't have got back by nightfall.Doggy and I travelled back slowly, birding on the old dirt road which went alongside the tarred road. It meandered back alongside numerous vleis and we had to dodge herds of cattle being herded by the local Masai.8th June - Serengeti Stop OverWe went into Serengeti National ...
... our hungry eyes. Some pass directly in front of or alongside our vehicle. We hold our breath at first, but any fear quickly gives way to a combination of joy and fascination.
The Serengeti is massive spanning 12,000 square kilometers over the north of Tanzania into the south-west of Kenya. In the Masai language, "Serengit" means "endless plains." This unbelievable expanse of land is home to approximately 70 large mammals and 500 types of birds, ...