Dik Dik Hotel

Address: Arusha, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 28, 2015

      11 photos

      ... more and more animals, including two warthogs and a dozen babies! We also were able to see two rhinos grazing off in the distance, quite a rare find considering how near extinction the black rhino is. Everywhere we looked we saw different, new animals. The crater itself was incredibly gorgeous, a vast bright green landscape with rolling hills surrounded by forested mountains on all sides. However, the crater seemed to contain the animals, creating an almost zoo-like effect. ...


      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 14, 2014

      36 photos

      ... on my toenail and ripped a part up. I looked down and saw it was bleeding but there wasn't much I could do so I kept dancing! After they danced with us they started jumping super high which is part of their culture and singing and dancing again. We then were taken around their markets and I bought some hand made jewellery. We were told that it would take 45min from the Maasai village to the official entrance of Serengeti National Park. Along the way there were zebras and ...

      Day 50: Eldorado

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 22, 2014

      ... they didn't say it when I finally returned after they had all finished cleaning and cooking. I'm sure they were just tired as there was a lot to do when you haven't got enough people to help. Next stop Jinja tomorrow! Zoe: We have two more people on the big yellow truck today, from Manchester and they seem cool so far. Today was a pretty nothing day. Stopped at the supermarket and Andy bought some new "bowling shoes". So glad I won't have to smell those Nike Air ...

      What we've been doing in our free time

      A travel blog entry by annie23 on Sep 07, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... her cub. What a day to remember!

      For our next day off we arranged a visit to St Jude's School, the school we had both read about and had seen featured on "Australian Story". The school was established by Gemma Sisia, an enthusiastic, capable, young Australian woman who, after marrying a local Tanzanian man she met on safari, saw the need for a school to provide free quality education for the poor.That was fourteen years ago and this amazing school has now grown from one ...

      Day 34: Chilled monkey brains

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 06, 2014

      1 photo

      ... us rice, gristle, fat, and bone. No animal has this little meat, what are they feeding them? Probably this actually...We have to eat it though, it's almost exactly like the bit in Temple of Doom where she has to eat snake and chilled monkey brains. Later we decide to see how many drinks it takes until you think you can pick up a cup from the floor with your mouth without using your hands or going on your knees. A lot ...