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From Ndutu to Central Serengeti

Mon 24th March, 2014: Driver Guide, Davis

On our final morning at Ndutu we thought – “What else is there to see?” We had been so fortunate with all the game that we had seen. 650 more words

I'm going on an adventure

Well I’m finally here! After a pretty long journey (although not nearly as bad as some of my group’s flights by the sounds of it), I’ve made it to Africa for the first time. 191 more words

Gap Year

serengeti national park

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Serengeti has to be one of the most famous (if not the the most famous) wildlife preserves in the world. And with good reason — what you can see within just a couple of days is hard to believe and be matched. 863 more words

Travels & Inspiration

Explore The Elements

The following represents my submission for the Thomas Cook travel blog contest to explore the elements.

Earth: Represents the hard, solid objects of the earth. Associated with stubbornness, collectiveness , physicality and gravity. 123 more words

Africa

Truck Stuck in the Serengeti

Adventure travel is rightly famous for its ‘adventure’, and none more so than overland travelling in a converted large truck. One such trip we experienced was a three week overland adventure across East Africa, traversing Kenya and Tanzania. 643 more words

POSTADAY

A little night photography

Sunday 23rd March. Driver-Guide: Felix

By now we are getting used to the routine of rising at 5.15 am, grabbing a quick drink and a biscuit and heading out into the growing dawn. 573 more words