The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... told my friend I did this, she’s
cool with it so it’s not quite as weird). The odd thing was his daughter was
present for some of this and I expected her to put her Father right but she
seemed to think it was an absolutely sound idea! I’ll take the compliments in
whatever strange ways they come I suppose.
The journey home was a f*cking nightmare and I felt
genuinely lucky to get home avoiding injury or ...
... a view' picture); home of the admin desks; library/reading corner and the newest addition to the classes, Grade 1. Class size varies, with an average of 15 students per class, and I think it seems fair to assume that Tamani will keep increasing in size as the current Grade 1 get older, as no one wants to leave here! There is also an adult class, which is based in the computer room downstairs, and 3 students who attend each ...
... included spending 15 minutes on a walking safari watching ants carry dead termites to their nest (we have video footage and everything...), parking up beside a male leopard and his kill in a tree while his female mate wandered along underneath beside a leopard tortoise, a night safari, and watching the many herds of elephants for which the Park is famed. We also had a close encounter with a baby black mamba on the path to dinner, and found a ...
... we were done we went and saw the biggest termite house any of us had ever seen! It was easily 7' tall by 8'-9' wide. It was amazing!
The night ended up with cards, beer, laughing and new friendships.
Tomorrow is a long 8 hour journey towards Lake Victoria and the Serengeti. There may not be service, so it could be a few days before the next blog. All is well, everyone is happy, no one has gotten sick or injured and we are taking in all the culture of this great ...