A couple of nitty-gritty questions
At the risk of starting a controversy... what is the best beer we will find available in Tanzania?
and, in a related issue... we know there are lots of safari travelers who are... let us say... "of an age." Often, by the time we can afford to travel, we are old enough to have some general health concerns as well. Men, in particular, find the ratio of # of beers / trips to the bathroom becomes precipitously smaller.
For that reason, though I've spent probably the equivalent of 6 months of my life sleeping on the ground in a sleeping bag, we have decided to go with en suite nowadays
So... when an older couple is bouncing around in a safari vehicle for multiple hours per day, what is the standard approach to calls of nature while away from lodgings? Do men just ask for a roadside stop and "make a stance" at the rear of the vehicle while guide and spouse gaze toward the forward horizon? Are bushes available to provide a little private moment while women attend to their needs?
Inquiring minds want to know!
Beer... toilets... seemed to go together...