The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> The emergence of national parks has also affected the Maasai
in recent years. I know that many of them were pushed from the Serengeti and as
more national parks pop up all of the time this continues to be a problems. On
a side not I know that the WWF can be a nightmare for interfering with tribal
people, I’m told in Cameroon an old tribe were banned from hunting the gazelle
and antelope they had been eating for hundreds of years, meaning they ...
... white person" and when I am obviously western I will be charged
more as it will be assumed I have the money to pay for it. To get around the
Mzungu prices Lazaro went to find prices for things I needed first so that I
could pay the same as he would. When I asked for the price of the Maasai knife
I was told 50,000 TS but when Lazaro went for me it was only 13,000 TS so quite
a big difference!
Eventually I came away with new Maasai robes, Maasai ...
... or fifteen years to finish and this explains why I've been seeing all these unfinished houses with the family living in the completed half.
A few days here were enough so we got up at five and headed to the airport. At ten we decided to go to a hotel as an administrative error prevented our leaving. It being Sunday and the airport computer being down there was no way to solve the problem. Twenty four hours later, having resolved the issue, we were on our ...
What a contrast to the rest of Africa – in fact, I didn't really even feel as though we were in Africa.
Had a day in Stone Town –a cross between Venice, Morocco, Arabia, and India with it’s narrow winding alleys, ornate carved doors and metal work (to prevent elephants entering the houses!). It’s an interesting ...