Mountain Inn

Address: Taifa Road, Moshi, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Moshi

    Kili Day 5 - Summit Day! Barafu to Uhuru to Mweka

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 02, 2015

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    ... about 400 feet of elevation change between them, about 1/2 mile apart. As we were climbing, I wasn't sure if that would help or hurt - would I get to the first summit and call it a day, or would that be the final push I needed to get to the top summit? In any case, it's been completely dark the entire way up, and still the only sense of what's ahead are the decreasing number of headlamps of the people in front of us (since we've passed most everyone else). And ...

    Kili Day 4 - Barranco Camp to Barafu (Base) Camp

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 01, 2015

    ... pack up, leave camp, and head straight into the Barranco wall. It's the start of a crazy uphill climb, but all rock scrambling, at least for the first few miles. Really fun and challenging. Sort of like the rock scrambling at Old Rag, but on steroids. This whole hike up Kilimanjaro is like a combination of every hike I've ever done, only turned up to 11, and all back-to-back. After we get past the ...

    Kili Day 1 - Machame Gate to Machame Camp

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jun 28, 2015

    ... coastal cities like Zanzibar. He then explained why he thinks language is the key to peace. He said that Tanzania has over 140 tribes all living together peacefully, because Swahili is the national language and actually spoken by everyone. So no matter who you are and what tribe you're from, you understand each other, and it removes a significant amount of tension and misinterpretation. He said they have dozens of dialects, mostly in accents, but that doesn't impact ...

    Lake Chala, Leaving Parties and Lasting Memories

    A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on May 30, 2015

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    ... in a church with limited resources and only one teacher. I immediately connected with the project, enjoying doing some teaching again and getting to know new kids, if only briefly. The teaching has been a challenge, since the kids don't really know any English, but my Swahili has improved enough that we got by. It has been fun inventing exciting ways to teach the children involving going outdoors and using movement and active learning. The weekends have been as ...

    Sand, Swimming and School Shopping

    A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Apr 29, 2015

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    ... so it was quite a tiring visit! I have also visited a small school set up by a local woman called Amina, where the kids can get a free education. Although very basic, the school had a really nice atmosphere; everyone was very welcoming, the teachers were extremely passionate and the kids surprisingly well behaved! It was a heartfelt project and one I would like to support further - I think I will be back before I leave. As well as work (if you can call it that!), there has been lots ...