East African All Suite Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Our first park is Arusha National park. After making sure we have all the necessary permits, we drive 45 min to the park, and there, almost instantly we start seeing animals: 'colobus monkeys' with their black and white furry face, an 'african fish eagle' big and white and just sitting there on a branch 20 meters from the car, 'olive baboons', 'warthogs', 'zebras', 'agurra buzzard', the small and cute 'dikdik' antelope with pretty white circles around ...
... of age ritual where they have to get circumcised and dress in all black and paint their face white. This lasts about 2 months and learn lessons to become a good man. We passed many of these groups of boys and Massai people. We got to the lodge where we were staying - and it was AWESOME. Beautiful green lawns, a pool, and a great view of Rift Valley and Lake Manyara. We dropped off our stuff and drove into Lake Manyara National Park. Finally animal time!! We saw ...
... huge bumps in the road while driving through pedestrians, cattle, goats, dogs and other domesticated animals that are owned by families that enable them to live a reasonable subsistence life.
Crops including maize, corn, banana, and rice enable people to grow and sell their produce at the markets that appear on every street corner. Anything and everything is made and sold at these markets just so that a family can eke out a living. The poverty ...
... rate of the baby. She suctioned to the stomach and got back lots of blood. The tone was so poor and the baby was making some effort but not much. It started purring like a little cat, the sound that we have both now started associating with poor little dying babies. And so, when Danica popped her head in after fifteen minutes of calm bagging and masking, she confirmed what Tanya knew the whole time, it’s time to stop bagging and let the baby die peacefully. So, stop ...
... the men want to get involved in these duties and presumably take over ‘ownership’ and ‘usage’ of the new toy. Perhaps this is slightly cynical of me, but the men have found that they can do these tasks using the bike and not upset their fellow peers within their village.
Most of the rest of the evening was taken in preparing the stuff required to take on our Safari trip tomorrow - needed a complete reorganisation. 12 of us are going ...