Arusha Backpackers Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsArusha Backpackers Hotel
Service was good, although we did have the travel agent at the hostel help us to book a tour which was horrible. Rooms were clean, bathroom and showers were clean. Breakfast was simple, but still good and included in the board.
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Day 1: November 7, 2013
Last night we arrived in Arusha at about 23.00. It was definitely the longest journey we have made since we started our worldwide trip. Let me briefly take you through its itinerary:
16.00: Leaving from the Original Teddy´s Place
16.15: Taking a dalla-dalla from Paje to Stone Town
18.00: Arriving …
... own. We are presently sat in the departure hall, some 25 feet from where we disembarked our arrival flight! I can see a DC10 on the apron, so I guess this is confirmation we've left the modern air travel system behind. We've been fed pretty much continually since we left, we're looking forward to the final short hop which is unlikely to be serving anything else to eat. the female perspective Oh yes we're in Africa! Tourists instinctively forming an ...
... a secondary school!!! The plans were professionally drawn and had estimations of each level of the build. Most impressive....try getting that done so quickly in Australia! The fruit was cut up and along with fresh roasted peanuts and biscuits were served to us with some chocolate, Tate, my grandson gave me to share with the children. (Yes the children ate the peanuts...no allergies or choking hazards here!!!!) Two desks were set up with table clothes and four ...
... of Mt Kilimanjaro as we approached Arusha. Unfortunately the smooth running deteriorated once we hit the ground. Our pre- arranged transport was a no show. Sheryl had arranged with Simon, the Australian owner of the safari company, to pick us up and although we had a change of flight times, the emails confirm all was on track. We ended up having to pay a driver $80USD to take us to Arusha. Sheryl has rung Eastco and apparently our safari driver will be reimbursing ...
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PO Box 16613, Arusha | Hostelfrom $18