Tumaini Cottage

Address: Sakina Area, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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      Chips and rice...

      A travel blog entry by lauraalice on Jan 24, 2015

      Hello everyone :)I finally have chance to write my first proper blog post from Africa! Hope you've all not given up on me already, I did warn you it may be unpredictable!
      So where do I start?! I already feel like I have seen so much, I don't know where to begin...
      Okay well, first of all I am very much enjoying myself and am very happy and feel already settled into African living. Everyone ...

      Day 68: Return of the Mac

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... ever whilst eating pizza. Bonsai indeed. Good day. Zoe: Today we headed off in 4x4s down into the crater for some game driving. It was to be off the truck and in 4x4s really. It was Liam and Michaelas last day too so nice to spend it with them and Hannah and Rus. As Andy says, the "A" team. Anyways our main aim today was to spot a rhino, apparently there are a few in the crater. We saw the usual wildebeest, zebra, ostrich etc. we saw hippos ...

      Day 47: journey through hell

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 19, 2014

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      Andy: today all 10 of our crew took some bikes to cycle around hells gate national park, so called because when the volcano erupted in there, the silly Masai thought it was the devil. So they also have devils finger (where it erupted), devils kitchen (where the soil is really hot from the geothermals) and devils shower (where the water boils as it falls down on you). It was also the place where lion king was set, and we managed to convince a girl in our ...

      Day 25: the revenge of toothy brown

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... 8226;•••& #8226;••••̶ 6;• basically as many circles as he can draw. Then he taps me on the shoulder thinking the more he draws the better. Do I tell him it's wrong and make him sad? Or do I draw a smiley face complete with goofy teeth to make him feel included? Neither, I just give him the yoyo he so desperately craves. The funniest thing about today was apparently when I tore my shirt in half trying ...

      Ngorongoro Crater Game Drive

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... was truly stunning. On our 3 hour game drive around the base of the crater we saw many things, unfortunately no black rhino though. There were zebra and wildebeest all forming lines, follow the leader, throughout the park, crossing the road right in front of us on many occasions. We also saw ostriches, jackal, hyena, and best of all, a female lion no more than 2 metres from the jeep. What spectacular animals they are, can never have enough lion sightings. ...