Hotel La Kairo
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Kairo Mwanza
We stayed here for two nights, it was decent, the room was small but clean, the breakfast was great, the staff were helpful.
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Andy: having picked up the mother of all bugs, possibly the one from starship troopers, and having not 1 minute of sleep the previous night, today I spent as a zombie. This involved mumbling incoherently and generally walking into things, not too different from normal tho really. Therefore I'm not sure what happened today as I had a severe case of sleep deprivation and flu convincing me that things were happening when they ...
Andy: I'm not a massive fan of game drives, animals are alright but they're not that interested in us so why should I be in them? Some are pretty cute though, like the nine baby lion cubs that started trying to fight each other next to our lorry. Their mum wanted to show them what a hippo was like so she took them over to a particularly large one and said to them that they could try and beat it up a bit if they wanted. The cubs couldn't have been ...
... yawning hippo shot! The lunch spot next to the hippo pond was excellent. We stood right on the side of the pond with only a wooden fence between us and the countless hippos. They were yawning, *******, pooping, swimming, walking, fighting, talking, you could sit and watch these animals all day long. Reluctantly we left them to search the Serengeti some more. And luckily we did this because after lunch we saw a family of lions, 2 cheetahs ...
... in Mwanza after an overnight ferry from Bukoba. We jumped on
two picky picky's (Motorbikes, another new name to learn) They both
got lost but eventually we made it to the baby home.
Upon arriving we were shown to our
accommodation, which was a very homely house located on-site.We were
very appreciative of a box of food with all the basics to get you
started, looking forward to using the kitchen as currently we had not
cooked too ...
... is a busy port city and they do not rely on tourism, hence the lack of interest in us. During our walks we noticed beggars along the sidewalk. Dawna generously deposited money into many cups. I wasn't as forth coming with my change, but an old lady caught my attention and as I bent over to put money into her cup I noticed that she was blind and that her fingers were stubs due to leprosy. It was my first ...