The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... can upon landing and this is a show of strength. I’ve been to a
couple of ceremonies now and both were for the circumcision of youngish boys.
The circumcision is the last step to becoming a Maasai warrior and you cannot
be considered a man until you have had this. We talked about killing Lions last
week and unsurprisingly this is seen as a very manly thing to do also and the
person that kills it keeps the tail on the neck of his spear to show ...
After school Lazaro and I went to the Maasai market at Mto
wa Mbu, about a 40 minute journey by Dala-Dala. We were going so that I could
buy some Maasai clothes as well as a Maasai knife and shoes. The market was
huge! There were lots of livestock available to buy as well as meat, jewellery,
vegetables and the clothes. Apparently a goat costs about 60,000 TS which is
about $30 and therefore twenty something pounds. I’m sure a goat costs more ...
... rivers which are the only water supply for the thousands of people living around it's base.
My guide, a font of information, told me how easy it is to grow bananas, how laborious and time consuming to harvest coffee, what plants are used to cure your ails and all the gossip about the mountain guides. We crossed a rickety footbridge beside a partially finished wide cement bridge. This will be for cars one day. Although foreign aid is evident in the ...
... keep on the watch as they are quick to pounce on any food items. At night we are visited by a Genet (type of wild cat, slightly larger than a house cat). Next morning we head for town and on the way see a Kingdom Hall, not too far from the Campsite. The meeting times are outside of our stay. Fortunately there is a Toyota Agent in Kigoma. They repair the bracket, but have ...