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Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater, Bulati Maasai Village

1 - We hike across a massive valley with a Maasai guide in order to reach our tents, set up in Bulati village for the last night of our safari. This experience goes above and beyond my humble expectations and is ultimately crowned in my memories as my favourite in the 3 months I’ve been travelling. 

2 - The surroundings as we walk are beyond breathtaking. Rolling hills and mountains hug us as we stroll across the flat grasses. Daniel, our guide, belongs to the semi-nomadic Maasai culture of East Africa. He tries to teach us some of his language along the way, but it is a lot more difficult than Swahili. 

3 - I am in heaven when we run into a couple of young children herding their family’s goats. The children are so beautiful, and find joy in posing for pictures - especially afterwards, when they get to see the result on the backs of our cameras. I try to ask them some questions in Swahili, but they do not speak much and are very shy. I want never to stop taking photos of these winsome children with their kind eyes and bright smiles.

4 - As if meeting the adorable Maasai children weren’t enough to send me over the moon, we come across a tiny baby goat that is so new to the world, he still has his umbilical cord. I abandon all reservations and embrace the delicate animal, picking it up and stroking its soft little head.

5 - On our way back to Arusha, I buy a Maasai blanket at a craft market on the side of the road. A cliche tourist purchase, yes, but I carefully select the one with a bright blue and deep purple pattern, as these are the colours favoured by the Maasai in Bulati village. It will forever act as a souvenir of the vast plains of Africa, two beautiful young Maasai children, and one tiny goat.

6 - Tanzania is quickly becoming my favourite place visited so far.

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Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. This mountain is the highest summit in Africa. It’s icy peak despite being in a hot region like Africa communicates just how far off the ground it is. Also African Pachyderms love taking selfies in front of it.

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