Monarch Hotel & Beach Resort

Address: Kirumba Valley Street, Mwanza, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kirumba Valley Street, Mwanza.
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Travel Blogs from Mwanza

Day 67: my day as a zombie

A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 09, 2014

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... trade in any language but it does enable all my other senses to become turbo charged. Now I can literally smell what animal all this poo has come from. Zoe: We headed out on a morning game drive in the Serengeti today. The coolest thing was finding wildebeest and zebras en mass. Then we watched in awe as they ran and crossed over the river. Really cool watching millions of them go and the trail of dust that they left behind. We ...

Day 66: lions vs hippos

A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 08, 2014

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... but the hippo was not happy, he just wanted to chill out and watch some tv. So the hippo properly charged at these cubs, sending them flying in all directions. It was a good lesson for the cubs tho, don't ever take on a hippo, particularly if he's trying to watch Coronation Street. Everyone was buzzing after this show, we also saw a leopard in a leotard today so we've completed the big 5. This meant Konyagi time, a spirit so strong you need to water ...

The Grumeti

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 17, 2014

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... The next few days were days of excitement. Hopefully many wildlife encounters, beginning with the option excursion of the evening game drive on the outskirts of the Serengeti...little did we know it would be cancelled. Reasoning for cancelation: "too much rain, car is stuck" also, "other car is broke, no one can fix before tonight". (There was no rain)! We would have to leave our animal encounters to the animals surrounding Ikoma Gate ...

Kid's Kid's Kid's

A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on May 31, 2014

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... our travels. Once we unpacked we met a few of the
volunteers and also Amy. Amy is the founder of the baby home which
she started to build 8 years ago. It was a difficult day for Amy as
she was actually leaving Tanzania after 12 years to move back to the
UK. She was doing this to give her 5 children better opportunities in
the UK. Amy will still be managing Forever Angels and visiting the
baby home multiple times each year but leaving Josephine and ...

Along the shores of Lake Victoria

A travel blog entry by denisegerry on Feb 07, 2014

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... someone who had leprosy and it surprised me somewhat to see someone with the disease because it is so easily cured with medication nowadays.

Since we were on Lake Victoria we decided to walk over to the Tilapia Hotel which is on the waterfront. There we were able to enjoy a nice drink on the patio as we looked out over the lake. Our waitress's name was Happiness and we had our pictures taken with ...

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