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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In the afternoon we were met by two Rotarians, Kimbuko and Robert, both Tanzanian who gave us their time to show us the real Arusha. We visited the open air Tengeru Market which takes place each Saturday and Wednesday. There are literally thousands of people thronging this area, women mainly, looking to sell anything that will bring in an income. This market has been the focus of assistance by Rotary in New Zealand, including Eoin’s Rotary ...
... back to the birthing suite back home, alright! Anjela was a woman needing to be induced because of meconium liquor ruptured membranes >12 hours and decreased fetal movements. The drip commenced at 10am and Anjela had delivered by 1.30pm. So, it was a fairly short labour, but in comparison to all the deliveries that we have done here, this patient, could NOT cope. It is so out of character for these Tanzanian women to be writhing around and Anjela was beside herself ...
... their school song ' we love our beautiful school St Jude's'. Awards were given out for many academic and behaviour, dress etc. Also some staff awards to cleaners, drivers, cooks and teachers. We had some local headmasters and a gynaecologist speak about 'Beyond St Jude' and how community service for the year will work. Dinner at the lower primary school and was with the school boards who explained how their governance works. The chairperson has been there since 2002 when the school ...
... Our rooms are a short walk from the lodge.
At 4:00 PM we regroup for a game drive through the Lake Manyara National Park! I am excited about seeing the animals! Our Toyota vehicle has a pop-up top where we can stand up for viewing the wildlife and taking photos. We have a delightful group of seven in our vehicle.
Our anticipation is whetted as we get a taste ...
... also many babies, one got as close as 8 feet from our truck) - 2 troops of baboons - Velvet Monkeys (including babies) - Scores of hippos - 4 Hyenas - Jackals - Mongooses (Mongeese???) - Monitor Lizard (eating a dead carp literally right next to our truck) Day 3: Our last day started early, with a sunrise safari starting at 6am. We saw more giraffes and elephants, as well as a few massive hippos scurrying between ponds and a herd of Cape buffalo, absolutely massive animals. ...