Mount Meru Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We’d brought with us a big bag full of loom band bracelets and small toys kindly donated by Molly Worton (daughter of a friend), along with a letter and some photos. Sammy read the letter out in Kiswahili and we handed out the gifts. A very unique moment in time; it’s so hard to explain the excitement that was all round us in that simple shack.
Outside we took photos of the kids with a giant “charity cheque” for a very generous donation from ...
... The owner was so delighted to have guests that she photographed us at every opportunity. When we ate, there she was. When we destroyed her new swimming pool, she was snapping away pretty nonplussed. When we were having showers...well, no she didn't go that far but I still expect to be on the cover of Tanzanian Hotels Weekly if there is such a thing. The town itself was great, but everything was made out of wood or fish. Even the people. I think we all started to smell ...
... tree right next to the road, then we hit the big time and found a pride of lions. The big guy and his missus were just hanging out on the plain whilst the other lionesses and all the cubs were feasting under some trees. It was great watching them playing with each other. We reckoned the cubs were only about a month old so so cute. It started to storm, properly storm when we were watching them so Steve our driver wanted to hightail it outta there but luckily he changed ...
Andy: Arusha is nice, it's Tanzania's version of Brighton. Zoe still doesn't have her bag tho so she's wearing a pair of my boxers, and the button flies are blowing her mind! We met all the different people we'll be working with. There's some Danish people and some Danish people. We're the only normals it seems...I hope they have bought me lots of bacon or I'm not ...
... to me to be picked up for a hug and I of course obliged, it was difficult to resist their gorgeous smiles! We took a few photos and Rebecca, one of the children, loved the iPhone camera and really enjoyed posing for photos, especially when I showed her the selfie camera - so much sass! I played ring-a-roses with two of the girls who looked about 4 and the smiles on their faces made it difficult to leave when it was time to head into town! They ran down the ...