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Travel Blogs from Arusha
... them so as long as I was standing and lying down I was good. I blame Lion king for this fear of Hyenas. That night we were not allowed to walk to the toilet alone, incase we get attacked, we had to make noise so was essential to sing every time me and the girls went. We also got advice such as if this does happen, I know it's hard but stand your ground do not run away! Great! It's safe to say I survived wild camping in the ...
... a little closer to the road and we could see them much better now, so we stayed and watched until it was time to leave the crater. On our way out of the crater, we reflected on the days driving. It is such a beautiful spot with amazing opportunity to see game, but we much preferred the game driving in the Serengeti. If we hadn't had the lion parking lot experience, we may have come away with a different opinion as the rest of the driving was ...
... playing with all the little ones and wanted to take them all! One special favourite was a little baby girl who was born blind but her smile and personality was heart melting! Arusha airport is another new experience! In short- it's a field with some planes and a 'departure lounge' with a tin roof and dodgy seats. No Qantas club here!Our plane resembles a small looking sea plane and while seated in row three, we're taking that as first class! Fingers crossed for a smooth flight- ...
You should be very proud
Of what you will be doing
I think I can speak
For everyone gathered here
We love you, Ryan
May the road you travel,
Be safe and joyful.
To Nanny, Grandpa, you are in my prayers every day, and I wish you well through these times.
To Aunt Lorraine, the more Mom tells me about how much you love the blog, and how much it helps you, the more I write. Thank you for being my biggest fan, aside from Mom of course ...
Woken by howling colobus monkeys at 4am and tea in the tent at 6am, mass of tents at the site. A 6 hour walk "pole pole " through forest and shrub. Arrived at the Shira plateau campsite and at last had lunch at 230pm. Small views of snow on Kili through the clouds. All felt light headed and tired with Karen very nauseated! Ginger and carrot soup helped. Cold ...