My Tanzanian Promise - I am home
When I was approached to do this gig, I thought it was a joke. But once I wrapped my head around it, I started to google images and while the page was downloading, I stopped and closed the page. I am going to Tanzania with no expectations. That was my promise. Expect nothing.
My time here in Tanzania is coming to an end and although I am so excited to get back home to Family, friends, my Lion, my Savage, my Island and my bed, I am also sad to be leaving this beautiful country that I think should be nicknamed "Land Of The Smiles". No matter where I went I was greeted with biggest and beautiful smiles.
The Serengeti that is wide open and serene and when you drive around a corner there is chaos of a kill. Zanzibar that I have decided that is where I am going to retire, will open a coffee shop, people need decent coffee and wifi of course. The Ngorongoro Caldera (not crater) offers the most spectacular views and probably my favourite landscape I have ever seen. The morning with the Masai and that I got laughed at because I couldn't milk a cow and dance (facepalm), I could go on and on (Ill be writing a couple of blogs about it all). Thank you @easytraveltz for all of these amazing #experiencesofalifetime.
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