Hotel Fort Des Moines

Address: Pangani Street, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

City, DalaDalas and Hope Centre

A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 03, 2014

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... is still used here so I'm hoping that doesn't happen while I'm around. They then went out to play and had porridge. Once back in class it was sleep time for ages while Emily and I wrote out their homework,. One book at a time. Again some had to trace so we had to draw in the trace lines for each book. I now have a deep appreciation for these teachers, the olden days and the usefulness of computers! She then got them up moving and following English ...

Africa!

A travel blog entry by theonejess on Sep 29, 2014

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... though but there's hardly any meat, just a lot of rice and beans. She'll be right! Today I haven't done much but just talk to the girls here. It was very eye opening to drive up and see the living conditions. People were living in tiny huts and walking everywhere with heavy loads on there head. There were motorbikes everywhere and so many goats and cows and even donkeys on the side of the roads. Tomorrow I'll head into town to load up on supplies and get a phone sim and ...

Day 28: sad goodbyes (not for long tho)

A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 31, 2014

Andy: so the Elders left for Oz today, but their luggage will be significantly lighter having incredibly generously given us most of their gear! However it seems to have been replaced by half of the local market. Most of Australia will resemble Masai warriors by the time all their gifts are distributed. The Africans seem very excited about Spurs v Liverpool later, you can actually smell the excitement. It's not a nice ...

Everyday life at Neema House

A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 27, 2014

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... to block out most of this commotion but poor Megan.....
Well! After surviving yet another night we're up and off by 8.30am for the daily walk with the babies in the streets surrounding Neema House. The process of nappy changing that follows.. can be quite challenging...you know, catch a toddler, peel off the others trying to use him as a human trampoline ,grab a couple of nappies, grab a couple more because the fasteners on the first two didn't work, ...

Mambo!

A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 15, 2014

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... and the TVE staff, so we arranged to get local sim cards for our current phones or a cheap basic phone to use in the area. I got a SIM card with credit and a month's unlimited internet (albeit pretty slow) for the equivalent of about £7! It took quite a long time to get these organised for the whole group but once we had finished, we made our way to the Masai Market - the place to find all kinds of pretty authentic African souvenirs. We didn't ...

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