Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... put a tourniquet around the cow's neck to make the jugular vein stand out, and pierce it with a knife. They catch the blood in a dried gourd. Sometimes they mix it with fermented milk. They use cow dung to stop the cow's bleeding. The women do not participate or watch this. We heard children singing. The sound was coming from a tiny rectangular building also made of sticks and dung. This was the Maasai kindergarten. It was as dark inside as the Maasai homes. ...
... Crowned Night Heron, just to name a few of the thirteen new sightings. Rod is still in an ‘orgasmic’ state with his bird life …… !!!!
Another of our highlights was the fortunate witnessing of the mating ritual of the ostrich. After taunting the male with a beautiful display of flapping wings and a teasing behaviour of playing hard to get, the female ...
... had 10 wives and 42 children. They teach the children ( aged 2-7) English at the village. Alex got chosen to be in the welcoming dance! We were also shown inside one of the huts. The women build the huts, gather the wood and all other domestic chores. The men shepherd the cattle, goats and sheep. The more cattle a man has the wealthier he ...
... to go now because in 20 years this "wonder of the world" may be unrecognizable and in 20 years we might not be able to make the trip. Also, here is the spot that humanity first developed. The Leakys spent nearly 60 years here discovering the 3 million year old footprints of our ancestors, the bones of our 1.5 million year old ancestors and the stone tools they used over the ages. The theory is that the combination of large migrating herds and volcanic stones that are hard ...
... buffalo, flamingos, and the highlight of the day... rhino. We actually saw 5 and one was pretty close completing our quest for seeing the big five, rhino, elephant, buffalo, lion, and leopard. Very lucky!
I also got some good pictures of a guy with the biggest camouflage lens I had ever seen. It was hilarious.
Our night would be spent at a nice lodge 15 km from the ...