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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Last weekend we headed to Arusha to go on a 'food tour'. Seriously, we took the 5 hour journey just to get out of town and eat some western food. We slept in Babati on the Friday night in a guesthouse next to a nightclub. Low and behold, it was sooooo noisy in our room until 4am – not the best sleep we’ve had in weeks. We did some souvenir shopping at the Massai markets, had lunch at Christy’s house with the Maternity Africa crew, got drunk at a ...
... friendly waste treatment and bio digesters where the gas produced is reused for cooking. We then got entertained by traditional African dancing, drumming and singing and talks about the different African tribes that the students belonged to. We had lunch with the students before taking part in some organised sporting games run by the senior students. Dave and I then got to meet our sponsor child Oliva Liston Mollel who has just passed her Form ...
... tape at thefts minute to turn off right - Kevin missed it and did and extra 10km right down the long hill before realising and having to back track the 10km back up the hill. So glad to get to camp today.
Had to stop off a few km from camp to find Stevie’s Safari guy today him our money ($600 for 3 days - paid him in Euros though as would mean that I would be potentially leaving myself short of dollars if required for border crossings etc). He gave ...
... 12km hike up to Machame camp at 3000m (9,900 ft), so halfway up!! The hike today was through the rainforest, with an emphasis on the rain part. We didn't see much wildlife, except for a few pesky monkeys at the start who tried to steal food from unsuspecting hikers. Thankfully Luke, Logan, and Christian were able to chase the monkeys away with their trekking poles, but the monkeys got more and more aggressive and eventually we left the ...
... brakes and so are stuck until we get a new one. We contacted the
Mercedes garage in the capital and they are trying to find one, but
with no success so it will take about 1 month to get the part from
Germany. That was no good so asked if there is a local bearing shop
and got one of the staff to look for the bearing. Again that proved
fruitless. We now have ordered the part in the UK and my brother