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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as the women kept putting bracelets and necklaces on me :-|
Back at the camp, while we were cooking our diner, a man approached our guide and started taking to him. One of his hands was swollen to the point that we couldn't see his knuckles anymore and his fingers were touching each other.. The poor man cames to us hoping we could help him with some medicine. Philippe asked the man a few questions about his pain, any fever etc and concluded we didn't have ...
... two people and Glory was becoming tired after a busy day. As we said our goodbyes, Glory lifted her arms for Shirley to pick her up. She planted a gentle kiss on Shirley’s cheek – a memory that will last a very long time. Doreena had been quiet for the most part of our visit, but when Shirley went to her to say goodbye, the hug that she gave meant no words were needed. Both women understood exactly what the other was saying!
What an incredible ...
... after 4 straight days of climbing straight up! The rest of the day is mostly a blur, with Davis giving me my official certificate, going back to the first hotel to pick up my other bag and money and passport, and then checking in at the new hotel. When I get to the new hotel, it's really nice! And I get to take a hot shower, shave, and change into clean clothes. Ahhhh! Now for a relaxing night, and tomorrow off to Lake ...
... hour away using the local dallah-dallah transportation. I didn’t know how I would fare living in a house with up to 25 other volunteers but lucky for me it was 'slow season’ so there were only about 8 other volunteers living there most of the time. Mel was one of the other volunteers who had returned to Arusha for a second time to help. She was kind enough to show me the ropes and invited me to visit Neema House on our off days.
... up due to all of the dust, heat and warm winds. We saw members of the Masai tribe , who are colourfully dressed, and nomadic people. Boys don't sleep full nights as they tend to the cattle 24-7. The original tribe was split by the creation of the border between Kenya and Tanzania, and they are becoming increasingly unable to continue their nomadic lifestyle. We reached the Border crossing ...