Hotel Fort Des Moines

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

After the grad

A travel blog entry by kerrysteller on Jun 01, 2015

8 photos

... just sticks to the feet. All the roads are dirt. I heard the bus driver had to use a knife to cut the mud off a student's school shoes before she got on the st Jude's school bus. Monday was spent at the school in classrooms as our flight out had been changed. It was Olivas birthday today so we got to see her before we left. Most visitors had left by now and the few that were left spent time at a ...

Welcome to Tanzania! In Arusha.

A travel blog entry by danica.tanya.tz on Apr 07, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... three or four stores, maybe a bakery and a butcher and a small supermarket.

There is one big super market called Nakumat in Muzungo Square (White people square), here we had much more variety and a few western type cafes with great coffee and like-home food.

We were super tired after the long journey from Australia to Tanzania but had a week full of socialising, which was both really great and really exhausting. We met Katie Christie a South African midwife, who is ...

This and That - since Arusha

A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Mar 17, 2015

... Dragged myself from the tent, made a black coffee to get going, early breakfast due to bees, but still not wanting to move. It's 113km, with 850 up and down, how hard can it be? I passed Sue, passed Doug, had to stop due to monkeys on the road, things started to move a bit better. The Captains were great on the gravel and sand. I was able to keep a 25km pace! Oh so lovely. Mark and Andy passed me, I passed them, they passed me and then they left me on the hill. I didn't see ...

Safari!!!!

A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 28, 2015

11 photos

... more and more animals, including two warthogs and a dozen babies! We also were able to see two rhinos grazing off in the distance, quite a rare find considering how near extinction the black rhino is. Everywhere we looked we saw different, new animals. The crater itself was incredibly gorgeous, a vast bright green landscape with rolling hills surrounded by forested mountains on all sides. However, the crater seemed to contain the animals, creating an almost zoo-like effect. ...

What a way to start the New Year!

A travel blog entry by jware on Jan 01, 2015

9 photos

... grilled meat. It's like a tantalizing reminder that adventure is about to begin! Some trepidation, but excitement too. We strolled around taking it all in. We turned a corner and nearly stumbled into the prayer rooms, which were in full use. Joy learned the hard way that milkshakes elsewhere in the world are not the thick, ice creamy goodness we think of. Rather, they are mostly watery milk with a ...

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