Singita Faru Faru Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
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... move around the Serengeti. Our tent is as good as it gets in the Serengeti plain with lighting in the evening, "bucket showers" and comfortable furnishings (and yes it has a flush toilet!). It even has Wi-Fi access throughout. This is "glamping" at its best.
We have a very nice lunch (first time we had pizza on the trip) and then after a little rest, we were off on our afternoon game drive. While it is hard to ...
... the exact place to park to give us a great view of the hippos. There were at least 40 in this giant hippo raft. Even tough they don't do much, it is really fun watching them bob up and down in the river, wriggling their ears and resting their giant heads on the back of submerged hippos. There are also crocs. These aren't as big as the 20 foot croc I saw in Australia, they are big enough to go after a ...
... Colours of which have to be seen to be believed.
Tomorrow we leave for Zanzibar on a light plane. An adventure in itself for me. I will listen to the John Barry soundtrack from 'Out of Africa' as we travel the length of this country. Thank you for joining me on my journey of African discovery,
Happy new year!
We are now spending 3 quiet days at a cute little lodge in the Speke Bay, Lake Victoria. Lake Victoria, named after Queen Victoria, is the second largest lake in the world, after Lake Superior. It is the biggest lake in Africa covering about 80'000 km2, twice the size of little Switzerland!!! 51% is on Tanzanian territory (they are very proud about that), about 43% belongs to Uganda and the few % left to Kenya. The lake is not very deep but ...
... 11h00 which means that three days later we must be out of the park by 11h00. They work on 24 hour periods and even though we were spending the night, we paid for three days, and two nights camping at Seronera.We saw quite a bit but going in at Midday wasn't the ideal.We met up with a couple from Yzerfontein who had done a very similar trip to us. So good to compare experiences especially the crossing into Tanzania at ...