Dik Dik Hotel

Arusha, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Second week in hospital

A travel blog entry by linzers


... It was really interesting seeing the patients and how long they have survived with HIV and how well some of the patients are doing. As it was a long Easter weekend, Kiwelu invited us to have a beer at the Canteen Thursday evening. We arrived and he ordered the round and we were asked to go grab Uno. Flora the canteen waitress joined us and we taught Kiwelu how to play Uno as well. We also had another man ask ...

Lake Duluti with the staff from ACTT

A travel blog entry by hilary.bacon.1


... road to a bar for some food.

Luckily we quickly found a bar that was happy to do a meal for all of us. Bruno decided we would all have "mutton" with either ugali or chips and some grilled bananas. By now the beers were flowing and everyone was having fun. The food then arrived and was really very good. Only as we were finishing did Robert arrive. I hope ...

Day 1: Nairobi to Kilimanjaro

A travel blog entry by jasbartlett219


... was trying to calm us down, but I just turned my music up, shut my eyes and hoped for the best! Thankfully, though, we made it with plenty of time ^-^ Mum and I didn't manage to bag a window seat, but we sat next to this dude who works on cargo ships -- he does a similar job to Captain Phillips (to anyone who has read the book/seen the film). He and mum had a chat about Captain Phillips and travelling ...

First day placement!

A travel blog entry by sarahvale


Thanks for all the comments and reading of our blog! We are loving the responses and are surprised you're interested! Sunday we had a three hour journey on something called a Dalla Dalla where personal space is not an option.. Ever. We have had to sit on each other's laps at times in a small van where so far the record is holding out at 20 people in one Dallas Dalla! Welcome to Africa! This sweaty and claustrophobic ride ...

The Start of our Tanzania Experience

A travel blog entry by heatherandpaul


... roads and seemingly much less squalor. Daniel says that is because the Tanzanian government is "somewhat" less corrupt than Kenya and more money goes towards improving the lives of its people. Tarangire game reserve was amazing - never did we think we would see so many elephants in the wild - hundreds! A number of times we had to stop to let entire families cross the road - in front and behind! We also saw a family of Cheetahs as well ...

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