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... is not where we will be settling. To picture it, it’s a big Tanzanian city, but, in fact, it's much smaller than we had imagined. There are few paved roads, it's very muddy and the markets are many small stalls, usually one meter by one meter. There are small stores (mini markets) randomly through the streets that are just behind a garage door, selling all kinds of random things from toiletries, to tea, to chickpea cans and tomato paste. Bigger areas of shops consist of a ...
... like to enjoy the coke stops and don't respect the fact the staff have things to do. So she got in at 6.30 and still had to see 5 riders! plus dinner, tent, clean up etc. I try to be as quick as possible and also tried to delay it, which got the look so into her "office" aka the lunch truck. All is fine just side effects of dirt, sweat, riding, baby wipes etc. Back to bed I went at 7.30 and slept right til 5.30, and still didn't want to get up. Day 4 started with dirt and ended ...
... leopardo - chui)*, éramos surpreendidos com a presença de alguns deles bem pertinho de nós, era pura adrenalina e emoção. E quando achávamos que o dia já tinha sido inesquecível por tudo que já tínhamos presenciado, sem esperar atravessamos bem no meio da indescritível Migração Circular. Esse é um fenômeno em que aproximadamente 2 milhões de herbívoros viajam entre o nordeste e o sudeste ...
... 70/30 so that everyone can benefit from the tourism dollar. I ended up agreeing on both the climb and a trip to the local waterfall($120 USD). I had the day spare after all and there was no point in just slumming around camp.
We departed immediately for the waterfall to allow me the afternoon to chill out prior to a 2300 departure for the mountain. We still had to find some transport for the 15km approach road as well which would have to be a 4WD of ...
... after a short time, we could help them out onto the road again.
At lake natron, a Masai guide took us to a nice waterfall at the end of a gorge. We crossed the river several times and watched other Masai men washing themselves at the river (totally naked, except for the bracelets and neklets). Later we decided to take a bath ourselves in the river (with swim suits on) - this time the Maisai watched us, as I expect they have ...