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Monthly Archives: October 2010
African Safari – Arusha, Tanzania – Out for a stroll Five of us decided to go for a stroll into city center (about 1 km according to our itinerary info). Seemed easy enough so off we went. First off, our … Continue reading
We found ourselves in Arusha, Tanzania for Hallowe’en. They apparently don’t celebrate Hallowe’en in Arusha so no ‘trick or treat’ excitement this year. Snow is forecast for Ottawa for Hallowe’en.
African Safari – Arusha, Tanzania – Background Information Background summarized from our GAP Adventures itinerary. Arusha is a picturesque town that sits at the foot of rugged Mount Meru, Africa’s fifth highest mountain. Arusha, also known as Tanzania’s “safari capital”, … Continue reading
African Safari – Nairobi, Kenya to Arusha, Tanzania After some of the gravel roads that we had encountered in the Masai Mara region of Kenya, the highway to Arusha was a real blessing. Although there was some highway construction still … Continue reading
African Safari – Masai Mara back to Nairobi It was a market day along our route and vendors were out in force as we retraced our path back to Nairobi, Kenya.
Mwanza Flat-headed Agama (Agama mwanzae) African Safari – The Wait. A bit of confusion, as one van took two of our group to the nearby airport, our second van headed off with three members of our group and Graeme and … Continue reading
African Safari – Saying Goodbye to the Masai Mara National Park First, I should say that I don’t know who Jess or Sean are, but the leaf carving outside the SOPA lodge was an interesting find (see the above banner). … Continue reading
African Safari – Masai Mara – Last morning’s drive To start off our morning drive we were treated to fields of small white and shades of blue flowers.
African Safari – Masai Mara – Evening safari This was our last evening safari on the Masai Mara and we were still hoping to locate that elusive Leopard or one of the rare Black Rhinos. We didn’t see either of … Continue reading
African Safari – Driving the Masai Mara with GAP Adventure Vans Its bumpy and rough, full of water holes and along dry landscape; but at the end of the day those roads bring you so close to animals it’s amazing!