Arusha Crown Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... stuff into these gosh darn papers! My program has gotten ridiculous. It's so bad that it's gotten to the point where Amy and myself are looking into going back to school in the fall for some programs that have nothing to do with our degree currently. I would like to take the time now to apologize to my parents for investing so much money into it. But don't worry, Pam is going to write a strongly worded letter.
Enough of that for a while. Moving on!... ...
... stuck into lunch when a monkey appeared in the back of the 4x4, he jumped out as quick and walked off or so I thought, next minute he jumped on the bonnet and grabbed my banana out of my hand and was off up a tree before I could do anything, cheeky little bugger, he even ate it in front of me, everyone thought it was highly hilarious, even me
After that the roof and doors were firmly shut
When I got another banana I taunted him with it, it drove him nuts, at least I had ...
This morning we left Nairobi early; keen to miss the infamous traffic jams that clog up the city's arteries. We headed straight-south passing through yet more flower plantations, one of Kenya’s largest exports.
We crossed the border a few hours later. The scenery changed dramatically from the rich fertile lands that lay south of Nairobi to the arid vast landscapes of Tanzania. Once ...
Apologies for the delay everyone and thanks to those who have sent messages of concern. We are doing really well - every day is a highlight. Just haven't had internet access since leaving Arusha which was 5 days ago. Here's our Arusha blog.
Jumbo (Swahili for Hello)
It's really difficult to put the overwhelming experiences of our day in Arusha into words. The capital of Tanzania has a population of of 430,000 we were convinced that we saw most ...
... together and relaxed. On the last night, we managed to inhale half a large pizza each, a meat and salmon steak with risotto respectively and a lemon tart each – fatties!!. Tanya had her first leg wax in 10 weeks (Wow! That’s a pretty good effort.) and also treated herself to a pedicure. All round a great trip. We came, we ate, we conquered!
This weekend was another relax weekend for Danica. Tanya and the Dutchies headed to Katesh to climb Mount Hanang, ...