Arusha Naaz Hotel
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... br> Omari (the chef on our trek) and Julius joined us for
dinner. Julius gave another moving speech then presented us all with our
official Mount Kilimanjaro certificates.
After dinner, we said our final good-byes then had tea and
coffee around the fire. We all headed off to bed at 10.00pm – way past our
Tomorrow we will be picked up at 8.30am to start our safari.
First up – Tarangire National Park.
... we arrive in open country (called 'Kitumbeine') like we could not believe it... open bush for miles and miles until the horizon, mountains in the distance, and at any time there would be 20 small tornadoes, or dust devils, going on in te landscape. Just beautiful, I have never seen somthing quite like this. Here and there we could see tiny men in the distance, driving small herds of goats and sheep, sometimes a small maasai family village of a few huts.. ...
... day in the Serengeti today, then back to our dust bowl of a campsite and hopefully a hot shower, the dust in all 3 parks was a mixture of red and grey dust and its coated everything, even me
On the way back I fell asleep several times, all these early mornings are starting to tell on me, even though we have had some great days seeing wildlife
I shall leave it to you all to judge these three national parks, I thought they were awesome and just went on forever
I have ...
... was provided to what is known as the Womens’ Market, to provide roofing above the stalls so there is shelter from the rain and the hot midday sun. It was a fabulous experience to wander through this market and to really experience what Rotary can achieve, from as far away as New Zealand. If there’s any place in the world that service organisations such as Rotary is needed, this is one of them!
Kimbuko also took us to one of their ...
... fetal death). The patient has her first two children, live at home. She was a negative blood group and as a result of anti-D being so expensive here and patients have to purchase it themselves, many women don’t get treated, so perhaps this could be a contributing factor to some of the deaths and she also had PIH. In the next room a patient had presented for PV examination, she’d had a PV at 10.30 the previous night and fetal heart was normal. On examination, ...