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... but the pigs are way too fast, and the lions seem a little lazy today. Although there are about 12 of them, only one seems to be doing any hunting.
We eat lunch by an oasis of sorts that is full of hippos. They keep bobbing down and up, and look really cute, although I know they're very aggressive.
After lunch we drive out of the caldera, taking a few last looks at this amazing place. It's like the most incredible zoo ever, except ...
... goats, herbs and spices, medicine and materials.
He had some interesting perspectives on the Masai. He said he is mixed when I asked him if he was Masai (and I realized I just asked about his tribe, which probably isn't a good thing). He said the Masai have had to adapt and change. They are traditionally a nomadic tribe, moving away from people and moving to where the land supports their people, animals, and needs. But they have become more permanent as they learn ...
... nights in "tented camps", he assured me these are like hotels with canvas walls - regular beds, toilets, even a shower of sorts. Not at the crazy "glamping" level, but not camping. I said that as long as I didn't need to open my camping bag again this trip, that works for me!
I got up around 8am, packed up, ate a quick buffet breakfast, and met my new guide Rajai for the drive to Lake Naltron.
He picked me up right on time - a relaxing 9:30am compared ...
... such strength, her bowels showed weakness.
After 8 days, we are really happy to be off of the mountain, but climbing it was the experience of a lifetime that we wouldn't trade for anything. We got a lot closer (whether we wanted to or not), challenged ourselves every day, and achieved an amazing life accomplishment.
We are off to safari and will keep you posted on our continued adventures.
Jack and Madison
... regret that I don’t have a cycling buddy who cycles at my sort of pace. Had a bit of a blubber but then the fantastic views of Mount Kenya and Naru, and the spectacular scenery plus all the Masai people walking along the road, with or without goats or cattle finally put a smile on my face of sorts. Even glimpsed the very top of Mount Kilamanjaro with snow on, poking it’s nose out of the clouds surrounding it. Still not feeling right - no appetite which is ...