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Tanzania Still Dancing

It isn’t only the animals that dance with nature in Tanzania.  And it isn’t just the tourists either.  The people who live in the country are naturally connected to the cycles of life that surround them.  1,056 more words


The Food Chain In Action, from a Spectator's View [Tanzania]


October 7, 2017 – Lake Manyara First, Serengeti Last

Waking up early was the name of the game again. If only I could make this a habit back home! 2,087 more words


The Top 5 Tips you need to know when planning a Serengeti Safari

If you’re anything like me, then you have a healthy obsession with animals. And anyone who loves animals and enjoys seeing them has spent some time in front of a nature channel show or documentary about the wild animals of Africa. 932 more words


Jun 29th, 2013

At the end of a long day, which had begun with watching lions basking in the sun after a night on the hunt, and ended with a particularly photogenic pair of cheetahs, we made it back to the safari lodge. 587 more words


Tanzania 🇹🇿 - July 2018

Our Tanzanian itinerary, we will add photos/commentary as we go.

July 1: Fly into Arusha from Cape Town

July 2: Ngorongoro Crater

July 3: Central Serengeti… 27 more words


Shots! (May 27-28, 2018, Columbia, MO)

For the past three days, I’ve had my nose in Neil Young’s 2013 memoir/journal/autobiography. I wish I’d read it when it emerged, but when you read backwards and forwards like I do, you have to leave some stuff on the shelf. 532 more words

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