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My African Safari - Day 12 (The end of the road)
While I wasn't due to leave Africa just yet - future plans included exploration of the area around Kilimanjaro followed by a few more da
My African Safari - Day 11 (Attacked over a piece of chicken)
Hippos may look placid, but they're actually incredibly dangerous and are unpredictable. In the end, however, it wasn't the hippos
My African Safari - Day 10 (Lion prides from Serengeti to Ngorongoro)
Driving cautiously around the back of Pride Rock, we caught an even more majestic sight - an enormous male lion, bulging with muscles, lay q
My African Safari - Day 9 (Camping in the Serengeti)
As you can imagine, the trek from my tent to the outhouse toilet was terrifying. I only went twice after dark, and the trek was only maybe a
My African Safari - Day 8 (Views of Mount Kilimanjaro)
As soon as we had eaten and left the hotel, I realised today was the day I would finally set eyes on the famous Mount Kilimanjaro. It was as
My African Safari - Day 7 (A little luxury in Amboseli)
His friend was driving along when, up ahead, he spotted a snake on the road. A big one. The snake disappeared, however, and he couldn't
My African Safari - Day 6 (Cycling through Hell's Gate)
Cycling through Hell's Gate was one of the most enjoyable days I had on my entire safari experience. I got to get up close and personal
My African Safari - Day 5 (Getting up close and personal with white rhinos)
A few days later I befriended a different guide, and I asked him what kind of dangerous situations he had encountered as part of his job. He
My African Safari - Day 4 (Escaping death by lion)
Never in my life will I ever forget the sound of that poor gazelle's bones crunching and compressing within the jaws of that fearsome ca
My African Safari - Day 3 (Burn tattooed by the Maasai tribe)
Only a few metres away, in a clearing between two bushes, three tiny lion cubs were jumping and playing and rolling around in the grass with
My African Safari - Day 2 (Bedding down in Maasai Mara)
Beyond the nearest bushes, still and calm and entirely ignoring us, sat a beautiful, golden, muscle-laden lioness. Facing away from the comm
My African Safari - Day 1 (Learning about Pole Pole in Nairobi)
I learned something very important about Kenya, and about East Africa in general. It is best demonstrated with a well-used phrase called Pol
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