Travel Blogs from Arusha, Tanzania

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Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Arusha

A travel blog entry by julienicholas

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Just set up our very wet tents at the campsite ready to go to the Ngorogoro crater tomorrow and then the serengetti- very excited of course. We disembark the truck tomorrow for jeep safari's for 2 days, no upgrades available. Been on anti-biotics for ...

Masai Mara to Arusha Tanzania, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Masai Mara to Arusha Tanzania

A travel blog entry by ru.benpabst

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After leaving the Masai Mara we head for Tanzania via Nairobi.  We travel through Narok onto Nairobi but finding no campsite south of Nairobi by 01:30 in the morning we decide to pull off the main road onto a quiet side road and decide to sleep just ...

The Long And Winding Road, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

The Long And Winding Road

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick

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Tanzanians start the day early - we got up at 5.15am in order to catch the coach to Arusha. Ubongo bus station is a sight to see in itself - a crazy, sprawling mess of coaches and minibuses packed tightly together, men of varying levels of officialdom ...

Arrival in Africa, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Arrival in Africa

A travel blog entry by jimmywillgo

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Most people in the immediate village worked for the Lodge/Coffee Plantation. Along our walk we learned about the little village and ran into a bunch of school kids. They of course latched onto us, "Myzungu" (whites) and wanted their picture taken. We ...

Goodbye Arusha   Hello Zanzibar Tanzania, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Goodbye Arusha Hello Zanzibar Tanzania

A travel blog entry by boothy58

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... 10), all dressed neatly – most in jumpers – something I find really hard to understand here in Kenya and Tanzania.  People wearing jumpers and big coats and mammas having beanies, jumpers and big thick rugs around little babies.  I ...

August entries, Arusha, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

August entries

A travel blog entry by eclipseyes

... at at all.  We were all humans, curious about each other, and there's no reason to react defensively.  I really love Tanzania.  It's an easy place to love.  Anna told me today how that didn't follow through, and when she ignored a man ...

Another Brick in the TravelBlog, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Another Brick in the TravelBlog

A travel blog entry by explorerer

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This is a test -- Alex Pilon TravelPod @xaptronic ...

Art, gemstones and Masai, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Art, gemstones and Masai

A travel blog entry by gypsy_jetsetter

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Visitors come to Arusha for a few things, to prepare for the Kilimanjaro climb, purchase Tanzanite (with the promise that it will be worth twice as much back home), and as the gateway to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.  We set up camp and switch ...

Living a Simpler Life, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Living a Simpler Life

A travel blog entry by alexbarmakian

... were two rows of two long desks which held about three people per bench. They sang what appeared to be the national song of Tanzania. Then a small boy walked up to a hanging chalk board and recited 1- 50 so the class could repeat after him. It was really ...

First day of Safari, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

First day of Safari

A travel blog entry by traveldawg71

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Story will come soon. For now enjoy the pictures. ...

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