Travel Blogs from Arusha, Tanzania

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HIV Presentation, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

HIV Presentation

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272


        Today Ben and I did an HIV presentation at a vocational school for Tamiha. They have no sex education or anything in thier schools here so they are eager for information. There are so many misconceptions here ...

Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by izzie

Arusha ...

Grzimeks Erben, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania travel blog

Grzimeks Erben

A travel blog entry by pfaelzerbub

Das letzte Highlight der Reise hatte es in sich! Der Ngorongoro Krater, Ueberbleibsel einer Vulkan-Caldera ca 18*13km im Durchmesser und mit einer beeindruckenden Fauna ist echt supersehenswert. Ausser einigen nervoes guckenden Massai-Rindern, deren ...

So I hit him, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

So I hit him

A travel blog entry by mcompton


... to enjoy it while I had it.  All this for about $13 - it was worth every penny (that's quite a bit for Tanzania!).   Wednesday I spent in the MondoChallenge office.  I had to share a LOT with Kate (we have two Kates here - both ...

Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl


... his one and only mate, so he sometimes stares at his reflection in the window. So sad..Today we went to Arusha national park in Tanzania, where we saw tons of cool animals. The things we saw were giraffes, baboons, black-and-white colobus monkeys, blue ...

Day 3 of safari - Arusha->Ngorongoro->Serengeti NP, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Day 3 of safari - Arusha->Ngorongoro->Serengeti NP

A travel blog entry by alicegiles

... or speeding through the Serengeti off road when he heard on the mic that another driver had spotted something. The journey through Arusha was again mind blowing, so different from the City of Nairobi. As we crossed the boarder to Ngorongoro (Name comes ...

About Teaching and the Safari, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

About Teaching and the Safari

A travel blog entry by riley_trottier


... teachers go to university or college to upgrade their teaching degree. They are all female, and they explained to me that in Tanzania men never teach kids below the age of seven because they consider it to be childcare rather than teaching, and in ...

Cows, please, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Cows, please

A travel blog entry by cheeksmo


Just wanted to talk a little bit about the Maasai people before I run out of time here. Tanzania has many, many Maasai. They live in round huts called boma, which are typically not used year round. they are nomadic and move depending on the season. ...

SAFARI SO-GOODY, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by sgaudun

... ; ;           ; ;      Then it was back to Arusha with a great feeling of accomplishment.  BUT  there was present an equally strong feeling, if not stronger, and that ...

Safari Time!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Safari Time!

A travel blog entry by sargeandwest


... later we got to Arusha in one piece having bypassed the town of Moshi at the foot of Mount Kilomanjaro (the third reason why Tanzania is such an attraction). We would have loved to do the infamous Kilkmanjaro climb but for us it was a choice of either ...

Hangin with the locals, Kimundo, Tanzania travel blog

Hangin with the locals

A travel blog entry by shumphlett


... and a few of the neighbor children came up to the house.  It was the Thursday before Easter and a holiday here in Tanzania.  Little Calvin, from down the street showed up in his suit and we assumed he had come from church.  Several hours ...

Feels Like Home, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Feels Like Home

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272


I went on home visits in USA River with Tamiha today. The Dala Dala ride home was interesting, at least the first one I took was. The people sitting in my row spoke perfect English and were having a conversation in English when I got on. First they were ...

I need a holiday!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

I need a holiday!

A travel blog entry by jcbeep


Unsurprisingly, our final morning dawned with glorious blue skies and the sun shining on all the freshly fallen snow atop the mountain! It was hard to believe the difference in conditions from just 24 hours previously. Once we had finished breakfast, all ...

Luci's folks are visiting, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Luci's folks are visiting

A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne


Arusha and Moshi are typical African towns, with not very much in the line of tourist attractions, but we managed to go a great coffee tour taking your from plant to cup of coffee. Luci's folks came out from Aussie to join us for two weeks of African ...

Arusha Day 1, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Arusha Day 1

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272


We finally got to Arusha today after more tavelling including a ten hour flight with a crying baby and a woman asking me to carry her kid down the stairs. We are sooooo tired of travelling. Valerie, the project leahere, bought us all a coke on the way to ...

Sleeping With Africa's Most Venemous Snakes, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Sleeping With Africa's Most Venemous Snakes

A travel blog entry by theresapitts

... In Arusha, we stayed at a snake park. It had the most amazing clinic – run by 2 local nurses, they see all the snake bites for the whole of Tanzania and are responsible for producing and administering the anti-venom. Apparently, no one has died ...

Shopping!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by musiclvr272


         We got up and went to Tamiha where a few people gave a presentation on computers to the secondary school students that the organization sponsors, they have never had any access to computers! Melody and I ...

Regenbuien, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by yaradutranoit


... Morgen ga ik weer een half dagje werken op de materniteit en in de namiddag ga ik met Mara de toerist uitgangen in Arusha. Gezellig rondwandelen, musea bezoeken, misschien souveniertjes kopen en iets gaan drinken/eten in het via via café (the place to be ...

Church and others, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Church and others

A travel blog entry by riley_trottier


... It was a Catholic church I believe, and I have since discovered the local Anglican church (which apparently is the biggest one in Arusha) and will attending church there next week. Besides that, I have been a bit homesick this past week, and though I ...

The Serengeti - I am in

The Serengeti - I am in "The Lion King"

A travel blog entry by doubled

The Serengeti...All I have to say is WOW. What a large expanse of land for as far as the eye can see with what seems like nothing but is teaming with all sorts of wildlife. We begin our first day in the Serengeti at 8:30am, as do most other people ...

Finally on our way., Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Finally on our way.

A travel blog entry by jowhiting


... looks out at the Usa River at the back. Apparently it was used by the German head of state on a recent tour to Tanzania. The house is beautifully decked out and one thing that particularly stood out was the painting of an African tribesman on the wall. ...

Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by heyco


... does still take place in some areas. The next morning we packed our tents for the last time, had breakfast and headed into Arusha where we dropped off members of our group. Dave and Brad were dropped at a hotel where they were meeting others who were ...

An Amazing 4 days!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

An Amazing 4 days!

A travel blog entry by trio


... up having a brilliant time in a national park that is full of wildlife. The four days started with a drive from Moshe town to Arusha national park. Once we arrived at the national parks first gate we got out payed and headed down to the second gate and ...

I got through!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

I got through!

A travel blog entry by samira_steve


... , I was suppose to use cabbage! :( It was an interesting coleslaw! From Snake park, the following morning we headed to Tanzania, crossing the border into the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater. And as you know this is just the begining ...

Teacher Teacher!, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Teacher Teacher!

A travel blog entry by maz360


... school is technically a private school but nothing like a private school in the UK. It's ranked number 13 in the whole of Tanzania which is really scary when you see the teaching standard. They have almost no resources - the kids spend half of each ...

First Day of Placement, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

First Day of Placement

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272

        We went to our placements today. i got switched from my original placement because they had a lot of vounteers from another organization. So four of us went to a place called TAMIHA today. The organization is ...

Stone Town to Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Stone Town to Arusha

A travel blog entry by supersazza


... boarded the 11 seater plane, and not only was it really bumpy, the "45 minute flight" ended up taking 85 minutes to get to Arusha.  On arrival in Arusha, Jenny collapsed as she exited the plane and this was the start of a 48 hour nightmare stint ...

Reptile Mania, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Reptile Mania

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272

    Placement was disorganized today because Crispin is out of town until Thursday and nobody really knew what wa going on. So me and another volunteer, Max, tried to teach a little English and planted some seeds in the garden. ...

Ngorongoro Crater to Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Ngorongoro Crater to Arusha

A travel blog entry by supersazza


... ;cubs, zebra and wildebeest, ostrich, then lucky to spot yet another cheetah. In the afternoon we returned to the campsite in Arusha, and in the evening had a fancy dress dinner.  As you can see in the photo, the colourful Masai blankets ...

Laundry Day, Arusha, Tanzania travel blog

Laundry Day

A travel blog entry by musiclvr272


        We were supposed to take 3 kids to the clinic today, 2 to get HIV tested and one to get a CD4 count. 2 of the kids couldn't come because someone the mother knew passed away so they were busy. So me and 2 girls ...

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