Tour Group took a break, but continued on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 10 p.m. Eastern Time on BRAVO. The episode began with the tourists eating a traditional Kenyan meal, beans in coconut and peanut butter sauce. During the conversation at dinner, the tourists were warned to be careful because someone saw a lion outside of Heather’s room. Then came the itinerary for the group. They will visit a watering hole and a Maasai village, so they could visit Maasai people in their homes.
Brandon Presser told Steven Roberts and Michael that their Maasai adventure will begin that night. Their job was to guard the camp.

But Jared Levy, Jenna Kingma and Michelle Harvey would have a separate adventure the next day. They were going to leave Kenya to go to Rwanda to see the last remaining mountain gorillas in the world. Brandon was only able to take three travelers with him.
Amy was loud, and Michelle was annoyed, because she had to get up at 5 a.m. to take a small plane to Rwanda. When Michelle tried to patiently explain that she needed to go to sleep because she was going on a different trip the next day, Amy was totally lost. She didn’t know who Brandon the tour guide was. She thought that she was going on the trip. She was just a mess. Heather just sat back and didn’t say much at all. Michelle told Amy very patiently that she was going to bed, because she was grumpy.

 

Bravo’s Tour Group at the Volcanoes National Park

 

 

 

The small group, led by Brandon, that twas going to Rwanda flew to Maasai Mara in private planes. The small group went to Volcanoes National Park. They were able to get a close up view of the families of gorillas. It was touching to see the mother gorilla carry her baby and see gorilla siblings playing with each other.

 

 

 


The main tour group swam in a waterfall, spent time teaching young children in a school and seeing how the people lived in Kenya. In the village, an artery in a cow’s neck was pierced with a spear, and the men of Tour Group drank the blood. Now, that’s peer pressure.

 

“It’s clotted up. It tastes like jello, and it’s just horrible,” Michael said.
In another part of the village, the women built a house out of cow dung. They spread the soft dung on the walls of the house with their hands. They made it back to the camp, and Steven had a video chat with his son, 4-year-old Kason. Steven Roberts explained that he drank cow’s blood.
Amy was still upset about how Michelle snapped at her the night before, and Heather didn’t stand up for her, but Heather felt that it was Amy’s fault.
“I’m totally on Michelle’s side. I saw her try to just squash it. Amy wanted to remain bitter and b—-chy. She wants to be the victim.

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