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  • kliudrsfhlih 5 years ago

    don’t swallow! can I say that?!…… awkward.

  • SourStrawberrys 5 years ago

    300 gay bars in just Tokyo alone!? Really? I just watch another video where
    they talked about how gay people in Japan are pretty much ignored and there
    isn’t many things for them to get together like pride parades. How can that
    be when they have so many gay bars?

  • Robert Khattar 5 years ago

    As a gay guy….this guy is just too flaming for me. What a waste of a trip
    to Nippon…

  • Mzinyi Safaris 5 years ago

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    Man Eaters male deadly lions tsavo Kenya Reserve is one of East Africa’s
    best known game viewing areas, the plains to run down its prey or a Leopard
    with its kill in the lower branches of the sausage tree, Elephant, Cape
    buffalo, giraffe, gazelles, topi antelope, etc visit kenya

    Day 1: Arrival in Nairobi
    On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, you will be
    met by our safari guide and
    transferred to Comfort hotel for your overnight stay. The guide will brief
    you on your safari before you
    rest for the night. Bed and Breakfast.
    Day 2: Nairobi – Masai Mara
    0730hrs: Depart Nairobi after breakfast with a scenic drive westwards
    towards Masai Mara. Stop briefly
    at the Great Rift Valley view point where you will see The Great Right
    Valley floor from a vantage point.
    Continue your journey arriving in Masai Mara in time for lunch at Enchoro
    wildlife Camp. Take an
    afternoon game drive in the Reserve and there after return to the camp for
    dinner and overnight at
    Enchoro Camp. Full Board.
    Day 3: Masai Mara
    Spend full day with game drives viewing animals in the park. During the
    period of July and October, the
    Reserve is abuzz with activity due to the annual migration of wild beast
    and zebras from Serengeti. On
    this day, you will drive through the reserve photographing huge herds of
    wildebeests and Zebras which
    have migrated to the reserve. All meals and overnight at the Enchoro Camp.
    Full Board.
    The Mara offers wildlife in such variety and abundance that it is difficult
    to believe: over 450 species of
    animals have been recorded here. You will easily see lions, rhinos, hippos,
    crocodiles, giraffe,
    wildebeests, zebras, buffalo, warthogs, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs,
    buffalo, leopard, many kinds of
    antelopes and elephant. It is in the Mara that perhaps the most spectacular
    event of the natural world
    takes place. This is the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and
    zebra from the Serengeti
    (Tanzania) in search of water and pasture. Following on their heels are the
    predators of the savannahlion,
    cheetah, wild dog, jackal, hyena and vultures.
    Day 4: Masai Mara
    Take an early morning game drive before breakfast. Spend a second full day
    in the Mara in search of the
    big five “Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard and Rhino. Again this day you
    will get a
    good opportunity to photograph different species of animals in the park.
    All meals and overnight at
    Enchoro Camp. Full Board.
    Day 5: Masai Mara – Lake Naivasha
    After breakfast drive from Masai Mara to Lake Naivasha. Arrive in time for
    lunch at Camp Carnelleys.
    After lunch take the afternoon visiting boat ride on the shores of the
    lake. Dinner and overnight at Cray
    fish Camp. Full Board.
    Lake Naivasha is an ornithological paradise and home for hippopotamus, Lake
    Naivasha is also a
    birdwatchers fantasy. It is surrounded by Mount Longonot, an extinct
    volcano standing at 2,777 m of
    altitude.. Between October and March, migrating bird species generously
    supplement the resident bird
    population. On Lake Naivasha, pelicans and cormorants are numerically
    superior but pride of place must
    go to the African Fish Eagle whose haunting call remains as significant to
    lake visitors as does the roar of
    a lion in the parks.
    Day 6; Lake Naivasha – Lake Nakuru
    After early breakfast depart with picnic lunch and drive to Lake Nakuru
    about 1 hour away. Spend full
    day in Lake Nakuru National Park with game drives.
    Lake Nakuru National park lies in the Great Rift Valley, 140km north-west
    of Nairobi. The ecosystem
    comprises of the lake, surrounded by mainly wooded and bushy grasslands.
    The park supports a wide
    ecological diversity with Flamingos (Greater and Lesser) and other water
    birds being the major
    attractions of the area. The ecosystem provides for about 56 different
    species of mammals including the
    white rhino and buffaloes and a variety of terrestrial birds numbering
    nearly 450 species.
    Later in the afternoon return to Naivasha for dinner and overnight Cray
    fish Camp. Full Board.. Full
    Day 7; Lake Naivasha – Samburu
    Depart Naivasha after breakfast and drive north heading for Samburu, you
    will have picnic lunch at
    Thomson falls and then proceed to Samburu Game Reserve arriving in time for
    the afternoon game
    drive. Dinner and overnight at Samburu campsite. Half Board.
    Day 8: Samburu Game Reserve
    Full day is spent with game drives in this vast game reserve which is home
    to some of the rare wildlife
    species including the Beisa oryx, Reticule Giraffes, Masai ostrich and the
    Gravy’s zebras. Dinner and
    Overnight at Samburu Campsite. Full Board
    Day 9: Samburu – Amboseli National Park
    After Early Breakfast Drive to Amboseli via Nairobi, Lunch en route
    Arriving Amboseli late in the
    afternoon, Dinner & overnight at Kibo Safari Camp.
    Day 10: Amboseli National Park.
    Full day is spent with game drives in this photogenic park which is
    situated at the foot of Mount
    Kilimanjaro – the highest mountain in Africa.
    Attractions in Amboseli include: Large Herds of Elephants, Mt. Kilimanjaro
    – the highest free standing
    mountain in the world forms a back drop for photographing, Observation Hill
    which allows an overall
    view of the whole park especially the swamps and elephants, buffaloes,
    hippos and a variety of water
    fowls like pelican, Egyptian goose etc.
    All meals and overnight at Kibo Safari Camp.
    Day 11: Amboseli – Tsavo East
    After breakfast drive from Amboseli to Tsavo East National Park which is
    the largest park in Kenya
    arriving in time for lunch then proceed for afternoon game drives with
    dinner and overnight at Ndololo
    Safari camp. Full Board.
    Day 12:Tsavo East National Park
    Full day is spent making game drives in this park, with all the meals and
    overnight at the Ndololo safari
    camp. Tsavo East National Park, covering an area of about 11,747 sq. km, is
    a vast, flat, monotonous and
    semi-arid area lying equidistant between Nairobi and Mombasa and
    located at the northern side of the main Mombasa-Nairobi highway, opposite
    to Tsavo West National
    Despite the fact that mountains are absent in the park and that the area is
    less attractive than Tsavo
    West, Tsavo East is still one of the last remaining of wilderness and
    biodiversity strongholds on Earth
    and it worth a visit.
    The park is a must for professional photographers for its landscapes, its
    lighting and is famous for its
    large herds of big mammals (such as elephants, buffalos and lions).
    Places of Interest:
    YATTA PLATEAU: This impressive lava flow, one of the largest and longest of
    the world (300 km long and
    10 km wide), is lying along the Athi river. The road starting from Mtito
    Andei gate pass over the plateau
    to offer splendid views across this vast arena of plains fringed by
    riverine forests. The road going from
    Sala gate to Manyani gate has splendid views on the Yatta escarpment. The
    plateau is a paradise for
    ornithologists and sundowner lovers. It was formed 11-13.6 millions years
    ago by a stream of lava flow
    of phonolite finding its way into an ancient river valley. Since, the
    surrounding land was lowered by
    erosion leaving the lava standing up as a small escarpment.
    MUDANDA ROCK: Located near Voi and Manyaki gates, the Mudanda rock is one
    of the great spectacles
    of the park. This massive rock, which emerges from the plain, is 1.6 km
    long, 20 m high and 100 m wide
    (L:1 mile, H: 66 ft., W: 328 ft.). Perfect vantage point, the rock is
    famous for its photo opportunities as it
    offers unique endless panoramic views across Tsavo East and Tsavo National
    Parks and it is a safe place
    to picture hundreds of elephants and buffalos refreshing themselves up at a
    natural pond, located at its
    base, on the eastern side. On the western side, you can climb to the top
    through a footpath and a
    carved stone stair.
    Day 13: Tsavo East – Tsavo West
    After early morning breakfast drive to Tsavo West National Park with a game
    drive en route to Ngulia
    Safari Camp.
    Tsavo West National Park, covering an area of about 9,065 sq. km, holds a
    wide range of habitats,
    wildlife and young mountain scenery unique in Kenya, spectacular showcase
    of recent geological
    Day 14: Tsavo West
    Spend Full day in the park visiting places of interest
    Places of interest
    MZIMA SPRING: The Mzima springs is a peaceful oasis at the heart of
    red-dusty Tsavo and this magical
    place is not be missed. The pure water of the three Mzima’s pools filtered
    by the porous sponge-like soil
    of the Chyulu and the Shetani lava flow brings life to a unique ecosystem
    at only 40 km away from the
    Chyulu Hills. With a daily supply of more than 250 millions liters of fresh
    water, the pool provides an
    oasis of green, and heaven for fishes, birds, monkeys, crocodiles and
    hippos. The main attractions are
    the two nature trails leading to an underwater viewing tank build to allow
    visitors to watch hippos – if
    your are very lucky – and fishes.
    WILDLIFE IN THE PARK: Tsavo West National Park offers some of the most
    magnificent game viewing in
    the world with large herds of dusty-red elephants, hippopotamus, giant
    crocodiles, black rhinoceros and
    African buffalos. The park includes also the lion, the cheetah, and the
    leopard. The “big five” can be seen
    in Tsavo. Other animals commonly seen in the park are the zebra, the
    antelopes and gazelles, the
    mongoose, the hyrax, the dik-dik and the lesser kudu. Birdlife is abundant
    as more than 600 species of
    bird have been recorded.
    NGULIA RHINOCEROS SANCTUARY: At the base of the Ngulia Hills, this 70 km2
    fenced area has been
    established to protect and conserve the rare black rhinoceros and is now a
    reserve for more than 50
    Full Board accommodation at Ngulia Safari Camp
    Day 15: Tsavo West – Lake Manyara
    After breakfast, depart for Taveta Border to cross into Tanzania. Here you
    will be met by our Tanzanian
    guide who will brief you before departing for Arusha for lunch. Thereafter
    depart for Lake Manyara to
    begin the Tanzanian leg of your safari arriving in Manyara late in the
    afternoon. Take afternoon game
    Lake Manyara National Park is a small but scenic safari park, excellent for
    bird watching and a good area
    to find elephant, as well as the potential excitement of spotting a
    legendary Lake Manyara tree-climbing
    Lake Manyara is a good soft introduction to the Tanzania safari experience.
    It is a magical and pretty
    park that winds its way around a mainly forested driving route between the
    banks of Soda Water Lake
    and the impressive rise of the Great Rift escarpment.
    Elephant, giraffe, buffalo and wildebeest can be found grazing in
    unexpected clearings or heading
    towards the water to drink or wash, and the rivers and riverbeds provide
    scenic vistas for possible
    animal sightings.
    Warthog seem to thrive here, growing notably fat and tusked, and it is a
    natural playground for baboons
    and monkeys. The tree-climbing lion of Lake Manyara inspire extensive
    theorizing as to the wonders of
    evolution, and are also notoriously rarely seen.
    Dinner and overnight at Migunga Tented Camp or Twiga Campsite. Full Board
    Day 16: Lake Manyara – Serengeti National Park
    Depart for Serengeti National Park with picnic lunches. Enjoy an afternoon
    game drive in the endless
    plains of the Serengeti for a chance to see the great herds of wildebeest,
    zebras and gazelles or a pride
    of lions lounging in the shade. Dinner and overnight under tents in the
    Serengeti Ikoma Safari Camp on
    Full Board.
    Day 17: Serengeti National Park
    Full day of game viewing in the Serengeti National Park. Meals and
    overnight at the camp in the
    Serengeti National Park.
    This land is justifiably famous for its huge concentrations of wildlife,
    especially the big cats, as well as
    being the stomping ground of the Great Migration, a massive accumulation of
    1.5 million wildebeest,
    200,000 zebras and 350,000 gazelles stretching their legs over 1,200 miles
    in an annual race to find
    enough water and green grass for their survival.
    The National Park is broadly divided into three distinct areas, the
    Seronera Valley and Seronera River,
    the Western Corridor and the Northern Lobo area that extends northwards
    through the Lamai Wedge to
    the Masai Mara.
    Most visitors enter the Serengeti through the southern Naabi Hill Gate,
    which opens onto the Seronera
    Valley; a vibrant wildlife area at the heart of the Serengeti.
    Day 18: Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Conservancy Area
    After breakfast, drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area via Olduvai Gorge,
    the site of Louis and Mary
    Leakey’s renowned archaeological discoveries. Their findings include some
    of the man’s earliest known
    ancestral remains. Picnic lunches will be served at the Gorge. Proceed
    driving to Ngorongoro
    Conservation Area.
    Dinner and overnight at Ikoma Safari Camp or Simba campsite on Full Board
    Day 19: Ngorongoro Crater
    Today you will descend 2000 feet (over 600 meters) to the floor of the
    Ngorongoro crater for a half day
    crater tour. Explore the forest areas that are inhabited by monkey and
    elephant, the lake area, where
    you may see the flamingos and the open savannah where the lions hunt for
    Ngorongoro is a fascinating and unusual Conservation Area which includes
    the Ngorongoro Crater at its
    centre, and then extends through the Crater Highlands, in which local
    tribes are permitted to maintain
    their traditional lifestyles in as natural environment as possible.
    This extraordinary volcanic landscape is rich and fertile, with stunning
    craters and lakes, and the high
    altitude creates a malaria-free micro climate.
    The crater is said to have the densest concentration of wildlife in Africa.
    As such, Ngorongoro Crater has
    achieved world renown, and attracts a growing number of visitors each year.
    Even if time is limited this
    natural but accessibly small caldera ensures a rewarding safari.
    The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest intact caldera in an
    exceptional geographical position,
    forming a spectacular bowl of about 265 sq km with sides up to 600m deep.
    It is the stalking ground of
    20 – 30,000 wild animals at any one time.
    The crater floor consists of a number of ecological environments that
    include grassland, swamps, forests
    and Lake Makat, a central soda lake filled by the Munge River. All these
    various habitats attract various
    wildlife to drink, wallow, graze, hide or climb.
    Although animals are free to move in and out of this contained environment,
    the rich volcanic soil, lush
    forests and spring source lakes on the crater floor tend to incline both
    grazers and predators to remain
    throughout the year.
    Ngorongoro Crater is also presently one of the most likely areas in
    Tanzania to see the endangered Black
    Rhino, as a small population is thriving in this idyllic and protected
    environment one of the only areas
    where they continue to breed in the wild.
    The Crater rim, over 2,200 metres high, touches swathes of clouds for most
    days of the year, with cool
    high altitude vapors that seem to bring a clean lightness to the air, and
    also a chill. These highlands wake
    up to a misty fog in most months.
    Afternoon return to the camp for lunch. After lunch, drive to Karatu for
    dinner and overnight under the
    tent at Ngorongoro Crater Camp or Rhino Lodge on Full Board Basis
    Day 20: Ngorongoro – Tarangire National Park
    After breakfast, depart for Tarangire National Park for an afternoon of
    game viewing with picnic lunches.
    Lesser kudu, eland, lion and gerenuk can be found in this beautiful park,
    noted for its multitude of
    baobab trees and its tree-climbing lions. Dinner and overnight at the camp.
    Tarangire River Camp or
    Roika Tented Camp or Burunge Tented Camp on Full Board Basis
    Day 21: Tarangire – Arusha – Nairobi
    After breakfast depart and return to Arusha. On arrival in Arusha take
    lunch and depart for Nairobi with
    a Nairobi bound shuttle ETD 1400hrs arriving late in the evening. You will
    be dropped at the Jomo
    Kenyatta Airport at 1900hrs to catch your homebound flight.
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  • ShrewdEmpath 5 years ago

    Unfortunately there is only a small part on lesbian bars in part 2 of this

  • BiliAlmeida 5 years ago

    What is the best gay place (bar and club) in Tokyo and Osaka?

  • itzpapalotl13 5 years ago

    Flirty flirty!!

  • shngain100 5 years ago


  • Antoine Herbint 5 years ago

    Still too stereotyped for me.

  • Chris E 5 years ago

    awesome and higashida-san’s english is really good!!! *thumbs up* 😀

  • XpaRiCuPcAkEX 5 years ago

    i wanna go to japan right now!! “^_^

  • Seb Castro 5 years ago

    oh fuckoff, take a chill pill dude, he’s not hurting anyone man he’s just
    doing what he does, go criticize fucking Putin or McCain or someone that is
    actually doing stuff that deserve negativity and criticism.

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  • alexillestTV 5 years ago

    Who’s the host? Dayummmm.

  • ThePsyches 5 years ago

    is it just me or should these two totally hook up?

  • BroccoliBeefed 5 years ago

    Gay men aren’t interested in lesbians.

  • Xiandrian Zaito 5 years ago

    Octopus balls.. LOL

  • hilmir 5 years ago

    tell me more!

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  • JustxJess23 5 years ago

    What about the lesbians?

  • Antoine Herbint 5 years ago

    An cheap documentary,showing “homosexuality in Japan” from a touristic and
    gay point of view, I would prefer to know more from a socio-sexual
    perspective… But when I see the way the documentary is assembled, hear to
    the non-stop background music and see the OMFG-I-CANNOT-BE-MORE-GAY
    presenter… I obviously can predict that it will not make me growing up

  • zackisverybored 5 years ago

    the host and japanese guy are cute. 可愛すぎる〜

  • Shiny Unigan 5 years ago

    why is japan so much more fun then america D:?!

  • shngain100 5 years ago

    YEAA MMMMM THEY SHOULD TASTE EACH OTHER….maybe who knows off camera lolzzz

  • samistc00l 5 years ago

    00:30 get ready to bum your way through tokyo ;D