Arusha Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... I wore, again from top to bottom: ski hat, jacket hood, bandana to cover my mouth and nose (before I got too uncomfortable at removed it), a base layer and my two midlayers on top of each other and the ski jacket (no fleece or other thick layer on, had one in the backpack), liner gloves with hand warmers in my pockets (had ski gloves in the backpack as well); leggings, fleece trousers and waterproofs, and one thick pair of hiking socks, as my boots are too tight to fit ...
... family. It does not matter how much or how little you have, you always have support. Similar to the buses in Belize, I saw women handing their child to another person on the Dallah to be held comfortably, I see strangers helping school children on and off at their stops, people grabbing heavy loads of produce from women to put in the back of the bus and then out again at their stop. People talk to each other on the bus and in the street as if ...
... regional airport (a city of 2 million people) where many of the bush planes are lined up like taxis at a taxi stand. It was a bit of a bumpy ride but it was our last flight on the Cessna's that had served us so well.
We are met by our driver there for a short drive to the Legendary Lodge where we will spend the afternoon relaxing before we head to the international airport at Kilimanjaro. The Legendary Lodge is set in the middle ...
... chimneys. Inside their houses (literally just tiny shacks made out of mud) it was so cool compared to the stifling heat outside. Our final stop was at a tiny factory (it was really just one small room) called Maasai Stoves and Solar where Maasai women process millet.
After a very long day stuffed full of culture and what appeared to be the hottest day on the planet we retired to the camp site pool!!
Day 17- Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti
The next day ...