The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... sofest, whitest sand in the world. We did tear ourselves away from the beach for a snorkeling trip – impressive coloured fish- as well as a sunset booze cruise on the local dhouw (wooden sailing boat).
We were in Zanzibar at the end of Ramadan, so there were many celebrations by the locals. This was marred by an acid attack on 2 English ...
Day 2 has arrived! Apparently the sun makes things much hotter.
I get up and saunter into the bathroom. The shower head doesn't work, but there's a tap on the wall at about thigh height. That was an interesting shower.
I get downstairs for breakfast, which is in the communal bit. The communal area has an office one end, and is then open but with a roof on, which extends to the end where there are benches lined up for everyone to eat ...
... We drove some rough roads in Tanzania and drove past many villages, where all the kids waved at us and you could often hear them shout “Mazunga” meaning white people. The day we entered the Serengeti was probably another highlight for us as it was the first day we saw our first wild African animals (apart from the Gorillas). We saw giraffe, elephant, hyenas, baboons, ostrich and warthog. On entering our camp (on the outskirts of the Serengeti) we had ...
... narrowly missed the airport shuttle bus to Kilimanjaro airport, 70km away. We were told the bus left at 8:30, we arrived at 8:20. It departed at 8:15! We told the Sky Tours people (who ran the shuttle) they had misinformed us, who eventually sorted us out with a taxi. Despite paying the taxi driver the correct money he still asked for a tip. When we told him we were leaving the county and had no Shilling, he asked for dollars instead! Tanzanians have no shame in taking ...