Dik Dik Hotel

Address: Arusha, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Arusha to Lake Natron

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 04, 2015

    12 photos

    One thing I forgot to mention was I met with my travel agent Ben last night. It was a planned check in, and I really like him. I'm mentally and physically tired, and I went from never camping a day in my life to camping for five nights straight, on a mountain, up to 15000+ feet up, with a night of rain. I think I'm good with camping for a while. So when Ben came over to review the rest of my itinerary, I had one major change request - no more camping. Although there are ...

    Kili Day 6 - Mweka to the bottom, and Arusha

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 03, 2015

    3 photos

    ... miles, finally I can see the sign for the Mweka Gate. I actually made it back down! It feels like the descent might have been harder than the ascent? But more likely is that when I reached the final summit, my body and mind had done what they needed to do and finally checked out. And yet there was still 15000 feet of descent over 15 miles of trails - an incredibly hard hike by itself under normal circumstances, and ...

    WE DID IT!!!

    A travel blog entry by madisonmoyle on Jun 12, 2015

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... is a total chiller and called Madison a "cougar" the entire way up the mountain even after Jack turned 22.
    Health Update: Jack has bronchitis and we sat in a Tanzanian Redi-Med to wait for him to be diagnosed. His lips cracked and bled the entire climb to Uhuru. You could say that he has fallen from the picture of health. Madison, however, is a newly discovered altitude superhero and displayed zero altitude symptoms the entire ...

    Stage 48: Namanga to Arusha: 118km border

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 10, 2015

    23 photos

    Border crossing today from Kenya into Tanzania - not a particularly difficult one - just pay your $50 and they’ll let you in. Very close to where last night’s camp was so more or less all arrived together. A day of rolling hills which hid the fact that we did about 1090m of ascent. Riding on my own all today - as usual but really got to me - felt really ‘Billy No Mate-ish’ most of today and extremely tearful - I’m sure it must be hormonal. ...

    Banana soup

    A travel blog entry by lauraalice on Feb 04, 2015

    1 comment

    ... in other news I have had a hot shower! Best shower ever. Yes I know a lot of you gave me money to live a slumming experience...which I have been doing (no running water for 3 days remember!) Not for luxuries like hot showers, honestly though this was a one off! Normally it is a baby wipe wash (The many packets have come in useful, thanks Auntie Ros and Uncle Jim) or a cold shower if you're lucky! So I feel it was very much a treat.
    Okay I probably should move on to ...