Mount Meru Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... large coffee plantation and is beautifully landscaped with flowers and plants and trees. We have a fabulous huge room for the day and have a restful lunch on the verandah overlooking the rows of coffee plants. We spend a couple of hours around the pool just chilling out before the long flights home. We reluctantly pack our bags for the last time and leave this great Lodge for the 90 minute drive to Kilimanjaro (JRO) which is the ...
... I got home the power was out and it was just Sam and I, so peaceful. I lauded on the balcony and was amazed at the stars. They are so beautiful. The Safari stars will forever be in my mind, but stars in Africa in general are amazing. I can't get enough of them! It's been really quite since the girls left, and more left today for Nairobi so it has taken some getting use too, but it's nice to have some quite for a change. I miss them all already, but I am still making some fabulous ...
... walked up into the bushes to get closer to a giraffe aka twiga in Swahili. So cool. Then we stumbled upon some angry looking water buffalo, eventually we made it to Hells Gate. It was a beautiful gorge and as we descended into it, it got even more beautiful. So cool climbing down the rocks. Apparently this is the gorge that the big one in the Lion King movie is based on, I can see why. We even convinced Nicki that the Lion King was a real life movie and ...
During the night zebras made their way into our camp to graze within the tents. I keep hearing these stories but not seeing them as I sleep right through the night. The tent must be comfier than I thought. To make it to the crater before sunrise we had to leave the campsite in our jeeps (horray-no truck game drive this time) by 6:30. This would also give us better chances of seeing the early rising animals. We arrived at the rim of the crater as the sky ...