Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... down into it was just being shut as it was 6pm as our vehicle drove by - the reason being was that 4 of the 6 in our car wanted to stop at the Masai village that we drove past that I mentioned yesterday. Cost us $50 between the 4 of us but so glad we did - a wonderful experience seeing their welcome dance, inside their houses and most special of all to go into the school. The village has been there 37 years - presumably since the conservation area was created. The ...
... level. Breakfast awaits at the lodge, and we have a bit of free time before our 4:00 o'clock departure for our Maasai village visit. One of our drivers, Leonard, is a from a Maasai family and will tell us about life as a Maasai at 2:30 pm. We don't want to miss this!
Leonard is a charismatic speaker with an abundance of good humor. He was born into a large family with many siblings in ...
... but I have trouble understanding the accented dialect.
There are a number of Maasai around this site, and there is an opportunity to buy their wares of beaded articles, spears, and things fashioned from horns. A small museum contains a few displayed items. We notice a group of Maasai boys with painted faces, and Susan Bingle arranges to pay them in exchange for allowing us to ...
... hole, but most say it is the sound of the clanging bells on the Maasai cattle. There are approximately 60,000 Maasai living in the Ngorongoro conservation area. After our breakfast buffet, we drove to the crater floor. The Maasai were moving their cattle down into the crater, where they are allowed to graze them, but they must bring them back to the rim immediately. The Maasai live around the rim of Ngorongoro crater. They lived on the floor of the crater for ...
... blowing area. I walked through the workshops and met some of the artists, including a man who uses an African hand cycle to get to work, where he makes mosaic lanterns from pieces of broken glass and mirrors. We finally arrived at our home for two nights, the Serena Lake Mayara lodge. We went down to the pool to watch the end of an African acrobatic show before dinner. After dinner I stayed to see an East African dance troupe and Mom went to bed. Tomorrow we are invited to a Maasai ...