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TravelPod Member ReviewsImpala Hotel Arusha
It was a good hotel with big rooms and with views of Mount Meru. However, the mosquito nets needed some washing.
The hotel has multi-cuisine restaurants. The ffod and the serving was excellent.
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We had a nice buffet breakfast.
Cliff and Lydia stayed in their
room and rested after 10 days of driving and walking. They needed the
rest. Robin and Joel ventured out to the center of town. We were
immediately accosted by people who wanted to help us find our way,
usually to their shop. We finally made it to the German …
We decided to not take a long tour while leaving the park because Robin
was still not at 100 percent. She did get up for breakfast though.
drove through the drived out Lake Ndutu. Then we headed straight for
the main road. This was right across the grassland. No path to follow,
just the outline of a big tree in the …
After 10 days on safari we are all back into town. We are staying in Arusha, Tanzania for two nights.
The first thing we did was to jump in the pool.
You will see some posts now about what we have been doing the last 10 days
... Soon he was out of sight and we saw a whole pile of cars gathering up the road. Milky our driver sped off and overtook all the cars and pulled the car up right next to a big male lion who was strolling along the road. Every time he would pass the car, Milky would overtake him and pull up in front so we could get some fantastic photos. He was that close to us we had to shut the windows in case he got mad and made a move for the car. Eventually we let him walk away into ...
... we were going to walk the short route back to the gate. We all just wanted to get back as quickly as we could, everybody was just sick of walking and nobody was in the mood for it either. It was just like we were walking back in England if I hadn't off know we could have been walking on Otley Chevin not in Tanzania. Everyone was so happy to see the gate were we had started four days ago. We sat and ate our lunch whilst being stared at by monkeys. ...