Tloma Mountain Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... groans, Timmy and me went off to visit the school, built outside the staked compound surrounding the village where 134 people live. At the back of the staked circle were corals of stakes where the cattle are put into at night for safety from the wild animals. Inside the school were the village kids with a teacher - a woman from the village community, with her baby strapped to her back. There was a very young child at the blackboard with a huge stick pointing at ...
... The end of life is without ceremony and the dead are left out for the scavengers such as spotted hyena. Leonard wanted to go to school but was rebuffed by his father. He left the village when he was fifteen years old and walked five days until he reached Arusha. His story is one of courage and perseverance as he tells us a man took him from the street, gave him a place to live, and eventually ...
... the Ngorongora Crater. The view from the balcony in our room is gorgeous! We freshen up quickly as there is a performance of Maasai dancers performing in the bar at 7:00 pm!
Following a tasty dinner in the dining room, we retire for the evening. Because of the elevation it is chilly, and we find our bed turned down and a filled hot water bottle awaiting us! Off to a night of sweet ...
... sandwich, yogurt, a green-skinned tangerine, chips, two mini sweet bananas, some crackers, a bag of peanuts, a bottle of water, a box of passion fruit juice, and a chocolate bar. We ate in the jeeps because the kites (a type of eagle) were swooping around. Our tour director Hoti had a sandwich snatched out of his hand by a kite the last time he was here, and the bird also left him with a large gash requiring stitches. The highlight of the day was the lions. There ...
... way. The little baby kept trying to sit down; it couldn't walk very well yet. All the female relatives were surrounding it protectively. We waited for about 40 minutes for the elephants to start moving. Finally, the lone huge male walked toward the road, making a point of coming very close to the jeeps and grunting. He crossed the road and stopped, kicking up dust next to out jeeps with his huge feet. He remained there while the females came across the road, the matriarch and ...