The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... sea, and of people constructing new boats out of wood is really... word finding time... well, we weren't really expecting it. I've got some pictures so hopefully they'll upload and you can see.
We then went to the fishing market which is in the middle of the village. That was really interesting. And really smelly. The auctioneer guy's voice was incredible, so loud and boomy. The fishermen would bring their squid or octopuses (octopi?) or other ...
... local fish and coral. We then made our way to Beach Bungalow Resort where we spent three days on the beach, swimming in the clear blue water, eating, drinking and walking on the white sands– very relaxing and it was good to have a break from the tents. Michael and I upgraded and got a nice room for our time in Zanzibar. It was also the first opportunity we had had for washing so handed in a very large bag at reception. A little trivia for you - Zanzibar is ...
... was licking it all over & trying to clean herself up. It was very moving! Especially when the baby got to it's feet for the first time & started to walk then skip about, then she fell over & mum came over & nudged her back up! I got this on video. We watched as 2 hyena hunted buffalo but they're way out of their league, it was a bit half hearted but really interesting to see how they split the herd. We also saw a lioness walking across the savannah and all the zebra & ...
... lowland slopes, the path was enveloped in humid rainforest, lichen-laden branches swaying overhead as monkeys chased each other. The next day, the trees abuptly ended and open moorland began, entering the second of five vegetation 'zones' we were to experience during the walk. Iridescent sun-birds flitted past, displaying territorially on scrub bushes. Continuing upwards, cloud and mist gave in to rain as the temperature dropped.
Now reaching ...