Wild Africa Lodge

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The big 5 - Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by lottieuganda

... also saw a huge group of zebras which was impressive and watched for a while as they ran across the road in front of us and made plenty of noise, rather like a donkey. Our first game drive couldn't have been much better and in only a few hours. We arrived at camp, in the middle of the park, to find our tents had been put up for us, such a nice surprise! As dark descended the head torches came out and as we shined them to the edge of the camp all we could ...

Leaving Ilboru and arriving at St Jude's!

A travel blog entry by emdenbigh

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I have officially finished my days with the Elihaki family! It was a little sad leaving my home for the past two months, but excitement quickly took over as we drove out of town to finally visit St Jude's! Abby and another Projects Abroad volunteer, Izzy came with me for the day (Monday). My first impression of the Moshono campus was that it is incredibly beautiful - there is so much space and it is so green! We spent most of the day with Felix - a staff member who was originally ...

Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

A travel blog entry by linziprytz

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... was it here? Sure, this place looks as good as any! We pop up the tent, pack an evening bag with essentials so we can get ready in the tent the next morning, as Im not too keen on walking outside the car at 05:00 in the morning when its pitch black outside! I climb up on top of the car and keep watch as my brave husband collects some wood and begins to make a fire to try keep the cats away! Once the fire is burning we set out the table and chairs at the back ...

Tanzania

A travel blog entry by jennifersarah

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... were not allowed to live together in family units so a generation of slaves would be purchased and pass away and new ones would need to be purchased as there was no new generation. A church now stands on the site of what used to be the slave market. We ventured into the fish market which I did for the experience not necessarily for pleasure. The smells and sights were something else. We enjoyed a spice tour on the island seeing where different things come from including ...

Ol Tukai

A travel blog entry by hobartfamily

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What a night! So incredibly hot and so many mosquitos. Despite having mossie nets, I did battle all night with mossies coming in by god knows where. We all got almost no sleep. I was already incredibly itchy from Tse fly bites around my ankles. Intense heat, mossies and sleep deprivation make for madness. Saw the sun rise with glee. After breakfast we went for a walk out on the lake for ...

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