Sakina Campsite

Address: P.O Box 10321, Arusha, Tanzania | Campground
 
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      Travel Blogs from Arusha

      (day 64/121) Rest Day 15 (Arusha) (FRIDAY)

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 13, 2015

      139 photos

      ... in my top box over all the rough roads and survived it. As a special treat I got the second new camera out for the 3 days of the Safari. Back to the original one tomorrow though.

      So many photos though - will be a real task to sort through them all and decide on what are the best ones.


      Called in at a handicapped centre on the way back that supports amongst others, deaf and blind people - a great cafe for coffee, a gift shop and ...

      Kisongo - “Home Away from Home"

      A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Jan 25, 2015

      16 photos

      ... wine, snacks and cable TV - it’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon after a rough day at school or just to chill out after a swim in the pool on a weekend. We also joined in for the monthly trivia session at a local pub in Arusha. Our general knowledge isn’t as sharp as many of the teachers we went with - however it was a fun evening, albeit a very competitive!
      Another fun afternoon, was spent at the secondary ...

      Safari

      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 14, 2014

      36 photos

      ... watched them, they are so majestic! As we left the park I stood up for the drive out. It was so fast and bumpy but beautiful. The wind In your hair and the view was stunning, I couldn't stop looking around. Most of this park was forest area and had rivers and creeks flowing so the air smelt fresh and crisp. When we arrived back to the camp site we ate dinner (fish and veggies) and then decided to have a few drinks. Taylor, Katie, Stacey, Josh and myself (the only volunteers in ...

      Cradle of Love

      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 09, 2014

      14 photos

      ... it was a good 30min drive! The scenery was beautiful driving down, so green and full. It was like a rainforest at times, there were even creeks and rivers. There were banana farms and coffee plantations and so much more. Every now and then you pass a mini village and one was really busy. I was told it was a market where people come to buy things to sell back in town. When we got to Cradle of Love it was a little awkward as I hadn't been able to get through to ask ...

      Day 40: green and redskin

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 12, 2014

      1 photo

      ... few days as can be seen by how sunburnt my neck and face are. At night the whole building turns the lights off as I can keep it lit with my ferociously glowing skin. Even the touts have stopped trying to sell me stuff as they are unsure whether I'm white or some other strange race who just so happens to have red skin. Zoe: today was a bit of a hangover day so we didn't emerge till about lunchtime. We headed ...