Mount Meru Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... day and we were hoping to see even more animals here
The day was spent chasing sightings and getting information from the other drivers and trucks
I was in a truck of 7 which was comfortable, the other truck had 8 and was a squeeze (Mick had collared the front seat as would be expected, too fat to fit anywhere else)
I am not going to too much detail about what we saw, the pictures are worth looking at and can tell it better than I can put into words
... or orphanages, which is the reality for so many. We were invited into Munira’s home to witness first-hand the kind of conditions that people lucky enough to have a roof over their heads are living in. This was adjacent the school; another simple room with mud walls and a tin roof and a few belongings. Despite the obvious hardships, everyone had nothing but big grins for us.
Following this we had a cold drink in a nearby local cafe. We felt pleasantly at ease there, ...
... it to me and it went nuts. It was whining and crying and it broke my heart. It was malnourished and had fleas and what ever other stuff going on. So I decided I would fix her up. It wasn't fair, so I'll be taking her to the vet so she's healthy again. The children were petrified of her too as she was teething and had no toys to chew on she she was trying to chew the kids fingers. She nibbled on me but it meant the kids actually came up and pet her ...
... per porter, per day, $12 for the cook per day, and $20 for the guide per day. For the two of us we had 4 porters, 1 cook, and 1 guide (Duma). They were behind the scenes hauling up our bags and food, preparing our meals, and washing buckets.
We had a great team and made sure we gave a good tip. We got back to Arusha around 1:00, plenty of time for a shower and pool time before the safari tomorrow.
... free standing (not in a mountain range) mountain in the world and also one of the so called seven summits (highest peaks in the seven continents). It fits into the category of high altitude climbing (at the height of 5895 metres - 19336 feet) but is not a technical climb - in the sense that one doesn't need any special training or skills to summit it. It is also looked upon as more of a hike than high altitude mountaineering as such. But at the same time ...