Dik Dik Hotel

Arusha, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Arusha National Park

A travel blog entry by hilary.bacon.1

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When planning our trip we had decided that we would spend 1 day in Arusha National Park as we had never been there. We then thought it would be nice to invite some of the staff from ACTT to join us. We let Robert decide who should come and in the end he chose those that we had known the longest, namely the 2 Emmanuels, Ally and Tabia as well ...

The Long And Winding Road

A travel blog entry by zoeandnick

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... landscape is just beautiful and we passed savannahs, rural schools, small villages of shacks and so many incredible colours.

11 hours later, we arrived in Arusha. We are staying in the Monjes Guesthouse, a family-run place with lovely, helpful owners, who gave us a lift to the bank, helped us order in Swahili in the restaurant and even lent us the laptop I am writing this on. The food is simple but delicious and filling. The owner of the ...

Day 8: Mweka Hut- 3100m to Park Gate- 1640m

A travel blog entry by sarah85

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... have been; it took us around 45 minutes to work it all out. We almost tipped Bruce $1200 at the expense or the porters- very glad we realised our mistake! We dispersed to our rooms to shower and find some clean clothes then regrouped for lunch. I spent the afternoon by the pool once I'd sorted out my laundry. I never want to see those socks again!! We met for a drink at 6:30 as we had arranged for our "certificate ...

Tanzania - Arusha

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... to buy a credit to be able to make a few phone calls from our Tanzanian number and then walked to Arusha Backpackers which was a hotel that I chose to have as a base. The hotel was supposed to have quite a good Internet connection; however, there was almost no electricity the first two days of my stay which meant no Internet connection as well.

That day I decided to do some sightseeing in Arusha. Before I departed I called a guy called Martin from Sunbird Tours and ...

TIA ---- This Is Africa

A travel blog entry by daniellenew22

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... the infamous daladala (sketchy public bus system). To help you understand what riding the dala is like, imagine the skit in a circus when they try and cram a bunch of clowns into a tiny car. Picturing it? Yupp, its quite the experience. After we manage to yell “Shusha Gorofambini” and push our way out towards the front of the dala, Bhreagh and I attempt to dismount the bus. Now daladala’s are all about cheap, fast transportation. ...

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