Arusha Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Rotary International.
We had arrived in Arusha on what was a public holiday to celebrate Id, the end of the holy month of Ramadham. Muslims make great preparations for this festival, buying new clothes in celebration. In Arusha, 35% of the people are Muslim, however the day is a public holiday for all. Unfortunately for us this meant that the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Golden Sunrise which we were both scheduled to attend was not being held. ...
... and the baby was stuck, so while Danica readied the patient for theatre, Tanya scooped the first twin out of the grandmothers arms and brought it to the resus. As soon as the baby was scooped up, it was apparent that it had minimal tone. The baby was cold, cyanosed and working hard to breathe. The heart rate was about 80 beats per minute. Not another one was all Tanya could think. As everyone was busy organizing the woman, Tanya bagged and checked and bagged and checked ...
... and drumming. Lunch with the graduates in the dining hall was an amazing feat of cooking with pots and pots of African stews, meats and rice and of course the goat cake. We got a much needed rest in the afternoon back at Planet Lodge after this well organised event. All the visitors dined that night at Karama Lodge where we were welcomed again by student drummers and dancers. A great way to finish the day's ...
... will retrieve prior to our final departure. (Could have traveled lighter!) At last we depart for our journey of discovery.
Arusha is a large, sprawling city with a population of approximately 415,000 plus 325,000 in the surrounding Arusha District. It is located below Mount Meru on the eastern edge of the eastern branch of the Great African Rift Valley. Because of its proximity ...
... Warthog with 10-12 pups! - Wildabeest, including calves - Zebras + lots of babies - Grants Gazelles - Birds galore (grey crested cranes, herons, Egyptian geese, splendid starlings, etc) Day 2: After a quick breakfast, we packed up camp to head to the Serengeti for the remainder of our safari. Thankfully, driving anywhere on safari turns out to be a part of the safari. As we left the crater area, heading west to the Serengeti, we encountered about a dozen giraffes eating ...