Tloma Mountain Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... really got hit with the ugly stick. They had to be the last animals created, because they look like they're made of mismatched spare parts. They have the face of a grasshopper, the ears of a donkey, the legs of a hyena, the tail of a horse, the butt of a cow, and the stripes of a zebra. We saw herds of them today, but this is apparently nothing compared to what we will see in the Serengeti! We stopped for a boxed lunch prepared by the lodge. My box had ...
... the women's beadwork. The prices were even higher than previous Maasai had quoted. Still, I bought a beaded fly swatter made from the tail of a Wildebeest. The negotiation started at $45, and I got it for $20. The Maasai seem happy with their lives. They live simply, and value large families (men have multiple wives and father many children) and their cattle, which allow them to be self-sufficient. They do not eat any animal other than cattle, and they don't kill ...
... two new thermos containers so we could sit back with tea and coffee overseeing the hippos and the many birds. After lunch we continued on our safari sighting more lions and hyenas.
We drove through a mob of baboons surrounding a small toilet block, this indeed produced a
dilemma as to who would first enter the building. Rick then decided to put on some ‘head’ gear and ...
... it is very green and lush with lots of banana crops, market gardens etc. The lodge we are in is very nice, perched high above Lake Manyara. The pool is an infinity one where we had a lovely swim. Lots of goat and cattle herds being shepherded by children as young as 5/6 as well as older people. A lovely dinner followed by some traditional dancing and drumming. Saw baobab trees along the ...
... and have had previous professions as well. Francis was trained as a wildlife conservation manager, and Ally was a teacher, foreign service officer and a soccer superstar in his day. Our guides give us lectures every day on the environment, the ecosystem, the behavior of the animals, and the tribal customs of the Masai people who inhabit this area. Positive surprise number one - there are only 4 people on our trip ( we had been told that we would be in a group of ...