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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... got a bit aggressive with us. Into Arusha was crazy traffic and was so glad to with Dick and Jaap, who have more experience and were able to watch the traffic, watch me and look for the orange tape. Trisha and Doug missed a turn but I hauled ass into camp. Just under 5hrs! Whoot Whoot! Beers all around, and around and around and around and around.....not sure how many later, or how I got into my ...
... real eye-opener. The women are abandoned or widowed, and live in small groups in traditional mud huts. They have to walk for three hours to get muddy water and three hours back, and have no sanitation, electricity, healthcare, or any other things we take for granted over in the UK. We were invited into their homes, offered a cup of tea, and this was a gesture we won’t forget in a long time. Just a total contrast to life over here, and all they ask is for their kids to get ...
... it was breath taking. It took a long time for me to keep remembering that these animals aren't in a giant zoo, that they were free to go anywhere and everywhere they wanted. The first animal we saw were monkeys! Baboons to be more specific and there were so many of them. They were just walking down the roads, all in a group with babies and mummas and big big daddy's. Even as we were driving through we saw them swinging through the trees and cleaning each other. One baby ...
Andy: best day ever to lose my voice and hearing in my right ear as we welcomed 10 more peeps on to our love bus. 'Hi, I'm Sean, what's your name?' '....'. I tried to say my name but since it's not a high pitch adolescent squeak followed by the sound of tree bark being rubbed against sandpaper no one could get it. I took to miming my name, occupation, list of likes and dislikes and entire school history. To be honest they only asked my name but I got a bit carried away. I ...
... on the move again. Didn't do too much today, went for lunch and then went to sit by the pool but it was busy so instead we sat on the balcony in the sun. Tonight we went to Khans BBQ as a farewell dinner which was awesome. Rustic place on the street, run by Indians, proper BBQ food which was amazing. Tonight then we had our first round of farewells as we said bye to everyone that has to work tomorrow. It's been an amazing 3 weeks getting to know everyone that's for ...