Marble Arch Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... riders are given 3 days off, affording them the opportunities to experience wild Africa at its most spectacular, to shop in the local stores and markets, or simply to rest and replenish their energies.
Heading south from Arusha, the red-cloaked Masai tribesmen will be your constant companions as you spin along roads with relatively little traffic, keeping an eye out for zebra and giraffe.
At Lake Manyara ...
... we left as better reception there in the hotel although it does breakup a bit. We had a few dramas driving home but the traffic was crazy anyway especially the bus drivers are just plain stupid and one decided he was going to run us off the road because he wanted to get through in front of oncoming traffic. I was pretty shook up about it actually but we finally got back about 15mins later than planned which was great to a ...
... then had an amazing experience when we went to David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, that is an elephant orphanage, I got to touch elephants and it was so cool to see them up so close and watch them, they are very funny to watch! ... Then had lunch before a quick souvenir shop before heading back to the Embassy to pick up my passport YES I have a new visa WHOOP ...
... of ostriches, more elephants that had been playing in the mud, and more vultures with Marabou storks. They get well-fed on carrion around here.
We additionally saw a large herd of Cape Buffalo. This is another one of the “Big Five” of Africa, and they are known to be one of the fiercest animals in Kenya. In fact, the Maasai would rather face a lion than a buffalo. We saw many more in the afternoon and the next ...
... tin, no air conditioning, curtains as walls to separate classrooms, and kids packed (and I mean packed!) into tiny desks and benches. It was a sight I will never forget! It was SO HOT in this building and these poor kids had on hats and winter coats. It is their winter here and many people can be seen with winter hats and coats on as we walk around sweating. But to them it is cold. Everyone was so welcoming at this school and the lady who runs it has such a servants heart. She saw ...