Singita Sasakwa Lodge
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... off well at night.
We leave tomorrow at 12:30 AM Memphis time (Friday morning), and arrive in Memphis about 10:00 PM Saturday night, so have a couple of long days ahead.
We have taken a trip of a lifetime, and are glad all of you wanted to travel with us. We have had such a fun time together, and look forward to seeing many of you soon so we can share more of our pictures and experiences.
... with endless herds of zebra and wildebeest en masse, at times enveloped in dust clouds as they appeared to stampede. Unfortunately both Kaye and Rick failed to keep tally of the exact number of animals seen. More reliably, Alphan, our driver was able to tell us that Wildebeest number 1.9 million and zebras 900,000.
Given the numbers of these animals, it was not surprising that we found a pride of female lions gorging on a ...
... in the Serengeti and are surrounded by wildlife. What the heck?
When it was time to go, our "taxi" (escort) walked us back to our tent carrying a bow and arrow. His flashlight shoed away the zebra who were congregated around the path and between the tents. Seriously. It was almost a full moon so Roger and I sat up and watched out the screens as the zebra, antelope and warthogs wandered around outside. All night, we heard the hyena, zebra and hippo calling. It was ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...