Travel Blogs from Arusha, Tanzania

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Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Arusha

A travel blog entry by izzie

Arusha ...

Milestone 2 - Completed, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Milestone 2 - Completed

A travel blog entry by srossb1971

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... campground.  There would be time for a quick bite, then back into the safari vans that would return us to Arusha (civilization) for the evening. Along the way, we passed Masai tribesmen bathing in pools of water along the roadside (interesting), ...

Hunting with BUSHMEN, Eyasi, Tanzania travel blog

Hunting with BUSHMEN

A travel blog entry by musiquest

Thur Sept 1 Bushmen pix: http://c-4-c.com/80days/Tanzania-MEDIA/09-01-05_Day8 VERY early - 5am wake up to reach the bushmen just after sunrise around 6:15am. We walked FOREVER. It was mostly in soft sand of dry river (the river runs far below the ...

Welcome to the Jungle...ok Safari!!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Welcome to the Jungle...ok Safari!!

A travel blog entry by thomasmb

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... they were selling.  To get a sense of the soul of East Africa, you need to go to their national parks.  Tanzania has a number of them in the north of the country.  Tarangire, Ngorogor Crater, Lake Manyara, and of course the one that ...

Safari and Spice, Arusha/Zanzibar, Tanzania travel blog

Safari and Spice

A travel blog entry by hyndman

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... by a stampeding elephant, gored by a herd of buffalos ... almost. Our trip took us next to the town of Arusha in Northern Tanzania, the safari capital and the gateway to the Serengeti, Lake Manyara, Tanrangire and Arusha National Parks, and to the ...

Kilimanjaro hike..., Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Kilimanjaro hike...

A travel blog entry by karanshark

Hello people! Sorry - in quite a rush right now, so not a very long entry...more detail later... To put a long story short - I failed to make it to the summit of Kili. Started at 1800 metres, got to the 4600 metre camp, then on the final trek to the ...

Tanzanian adventure!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Tanzanian adventure!

A travel blog entry by icy_frosty

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... Serengeti, the wild, an untamed land. It's a pretty accurate view when you consider all the national parks in Tanzania. Now when I say Arusha, the focal point of all Kilimanjaro, Meru and Safari expeditions what comes to mind? A Tourist town, filled ...

Last Entry, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Last Entry

A travel blog entry by riley_trottier

... of the others had). On the weekend we went to Kolo, which is a group of famous cave paintings in the northern part of Tanzania. The caves were great, the rest of the trip was suspect. Our driver turned out to have an expired, illegitimate, fake ...

Pictures from the last 2 weeks..., Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Pictures from the last 2 weeks...

A travel blog entry by karanshark

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Going to put up as many pics for you guys as I can - enjoy! The internet here is really slow - the videos are taking forever...but I'm crossing my ...

First 2 wks March, Longido  Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

First 2 wks March

A travel blog entry by byebyebuckeys

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... staff are very good at the center though. On Wednesday I went to school with Baba. He is the finance man at the Arusha Intergratory primary school. The school is having some problems as the previous man ran away to Uganda with the schools money. Baba ...

Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Arusha

A travel blog entry by izzie

Arusha ...

I'm here!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

I'm here!

A travel blog entry by musiquest

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Thur Aug 25 I'm here! pix: http://c-4-c.com/80days/Tanzania-MEDIA/08-25-05_Day1 Today I brushed my teeth with tap water - a no-no for travelers, but there was no bottled water. I am still alive. At breakfast, I burned my hand on the milk - ...

DON'T PANIC!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

DON'T PANIC!

A travel blog entry by musiquest

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Fri Aug 26 DON'T PANIC! pix: http://c-4-c.com/80days/Tanzania-MEDIA/08-26-05_Day2 Whew - lots more walking! A beautiful day that never brought too much sun. I visited a remote mountain village where the mud huts are built to be like ...

4 buses:40 hours, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

4 buses:40 hours

A travel blog entry by catlangdon

... manner if I could ask the little girl next to me if he could have one of her peanuts. After an hour we hitched our way to Arusha .Finally arriving after 40 hours and 4 buses. Found ourselves a room and food and we were all dandy. Now going to spend a few ...

Pole-Pole, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Pole-Pole

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272

... people often arrive an hour late for m eetings. So it was raining this morning when we set off for placement. We got a ride in the Arusha Project van part way. When we got to where we were supposed to meet the director he wasn't there so we went to a ...

Safari, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Safari

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher

A three day break in Arusha was timely for everyone on the trip. This marks the halfway point as far as days are concerned (not quite halfway with regards to distance, but that doesn't really concern me). I took the opportunity to go out on a one and a ...

Lost in Translation, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272

... had fruit and mendazi, which is kind of like a donut but not as sweet, instead of toast and fruit. Aftr lunch we visited a few women that have recieved micro-finance loans through the Arusha Project, part of our fee to come here goes towards that ...

Day 3: Achmed, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Day 3: Achmed

A travel blog entry by tim_buktu2

... throughout Africa, the love of a good Muslim woman lead to a settling down, a name change and the birth of Base Camp Tanzania Safaris. He's our first port of call as we are chauffeured to his office.   Through painstaking pre-trip research I have ...

Tanzania, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Tanzania

A travel blog entry by mapoirat

Still the ...

Long day of driving, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Long day of driving

A travel blog entry by caralyn

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We crossed from Kenya to Tanzania today.  It was a long drive (about 6 hours).  Chris got to see his Zebras, it was the first animal we saw (besides the donkeys which we kept thinking were something much more exotic =) ).  Got to know our ...

Kilimanjaro - The Full Story, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania travel blog

Kilimanjaro - The Full Story

A travel blog entry by zanziben

... , the tallest in Africa, and one of the tallest volcanoes in the world. Pretty big. We started in Moshi in Northern Tanzania. Moshi is officially the most sponsored place in the world. Almost every road sign, landmark sign, public amenity has some form ...

Catering in Africa, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Catering in Africa

A travel blog entry by byebyebuckeys

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Hi Everyone, Well my life here is very hectic! Will try and describe it. Apologies for no entries but Mama caters and every weekend we cater for 400 people or 120 or 90!!! All food prepared on the day. She then takes it to the venue and we all serve. She ...

Snake Park, Snake Park, Tanzania travel blog

Snake Park

A travel blog entry by izzie

Snake Park ...

A Week in Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

A Week in Arusha

A travel blog entry by andrewpaterson

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I hitched a ride into town with the truck and then it was time to say goodbye.  Mike came by and we took a taxi to his office where I caught up on some internet time before we walked back to his house.  That night we joined a few of his friends ...

Yes, we're still alive and well!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Yes, we're still alive and well!

A travel blog entry by angelacole

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Good evening friends, Many moons have passed since you last heard from Ang and I. We did write two previous entries that were cut off due to power outages and just plain old bad technology. We apologize. Let me quickly fill you in on our whereabouts and ...

Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Arusha

A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen

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... . It was nice being able to share stories about Maasai and my experience, as well as get the gossip that had been going on.  Arusha was a much bigger city than I expected and had a large number of ex-pats, they even were having a half marathon the ...

Buses, borders, and jacaranda., Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Buses, borders, and jacaranda.

A travel blog entry by marthainafrica

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... immense, and was noticably hotter as soon as we crossed the border.  In fact, the whole landscape changed drastically once in Tanzania - it became much more lush and mountainous, and the Maasai people were ever-visible by the sides of the roads and ...

Ngorongoro Crater, then back to Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Ngorongoro Crater, then back to Arusha

A travel blog entry by anneowens

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... and made quite a surreal sight as it stood drinking from the water tank! After lunch we packed up the camp and set off for Arusha. ----------- All this game-viewing has been amazing and has definiately met the high expectations we had for this ...

The Long(ido) Goodbye, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

The Long(ido) Goodbye

A travel blog entry by chriskate

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... part of our trip over, that left us with a month of travelling before returning home. We spent a couple of days in Arusha, saying goodbye to our friends there, and a disturbing day visiting the local snake park where we unfortunately coincided our trip ...

pictures, Usa River, Tanzania travel blog

pictures

A travel blog entry by wheresmolly

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okay I am going to try this picture thing finally! ...

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