Mount Meru Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people were the first customers so that was cool. We had lunch by the pool and then headed to the beach for a game of football which was loads of fun as most people got involved, girls and boys, so we had a pretty cool game going. We then got ourselves sorted for our few days away from the truck in Zanzibar. After that a few of us went for a walk into the village in search of the craft markets but instead found the ...
... people, but most of these guys we plan to see again when we come back thru Arusha on our tour. We were abit skeptical at first about taking the bus to Nairobbery, Andy was particularly skeptical but then the bus was so much cheaper than flying, and actually turned out to be way easier. We got picked up from where we were staying and taken to the his which actually left on time (unlike anything else in Africa). They also dropped us at our hotel for the night in Nairobi ...
... bags which was fine with us as we had booked the longer connection time. So we collected my bag and waited and waited and waited for Andy's which never came. Eventually a lady asked us what we were waiting for, we explained that my bag was here but the other wasn't and we were heading to Kili. Turns out we didn't need to collect our bags there at all and mine came out by accident so try took it back ...
... vehicle so we won't have to travel with our gear packed in around us. These Land Cruisers are a step up from the college's vehicles. The college's vehicles were functional, but our current vehicles are luxurious. There are 9 seats, all captains chairs. Everyone gets a window seat (no more leaning across people to take photos), and we have the pop-up top so we can stand and view ...
... a lone hyena looking rather tired plodding along at the side of the road, then he's gone, down a hole in the grass. We drive off road to the hole and see him peeking up at us from his den, before he buries himself further out of sight. The Moru kojipes are an area of many small kopjies surrounding lake Magadi. At the southern point is rhino area, the only area in the Serengeti where there is a good chance to see the almost extinct black rhino. Its here we are heading. ...