Hotel Fort Des Moines

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

Arusha to Lake Natron

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 04, 2015

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... last week! We met, then took off for the center of Arusha, since I didn't get to see it last night. It's a real city, much larger than Moshi. There are a mix of private buildings, like a large expensive looking hotel, to government buildings, to a UN building, to a large mall, and still the rows of corrugated metal roof shops. And the first traffic lights! There is also a cool looking heritage museum, which I really should have gone to, and Rajai was asking me if I wanted ...

Kili Day 6 - Mweka to the bottom, and Arusha

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 03, 2015

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... after 4 straight days of climbing straight up! The rest of the day is mostly a blur, with Davis giving me my official certificate, going back to the first hotel to pick up my other bag and money and passport, and then checking in at the new hotel. When I get to the new hotel, it's really nice! And I get to take a hot shower, shave, and change into clean clothes. Ahhhh! Now for a relaxing night, and tomorrow off to Lake ...

Arusha food tour, hiking Mt Hanung and midwifey ++

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

1 comment, 10 photos

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 ...

Stage 48: Namanga to Arusha: 118km border

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 10, 2015

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... me, especially with all this exercise.


A wonderful spot for lunch today with purple flowers and spectacular views.


A sudden shock to the system to arrive on the outskirts of Arusha - suddenly from peace and quiet and solitude to absolute mayhem. Another big shock to suddenly have to negotiate to sets of traffic lights - they don’t half stay on red for a long time - and some traffic appears to totally ignore them, while others do. Saw ...

Banana soup

A travel blog entry by lauraalice on Feb 04, 2015

1 comment

... matters, the teaching! So last week we started teaching properly at the primary school. In the morning we taught in the nursery section (counting, alphabet etc) and the afternoon in Class one and class two. We taught an A.A Milne poem in a poems lesson, cleanliness in science and about being polite in English lessons among other things. The classrooms are very bare and only contain a blackboard and a few handmade posters on the wall. Definitely not as bright and colourful as ...

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