Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for the teacher, plus a whole pile of teaching supplies and food for the orphanage. I'm hoping I will have some money left for a few school supplies and some food. The plan is for the classrooms to be able to help fund the orphanage (families outside the orphanage will pay to send their children to the school) and for it to become self sufficient. Eventually they would also like to build a two story house for the orphans to live ...
Today we headed from the snake park to the Serengeti for our three day safari adventure! It was another early start, we packed up our tents and our bags and were enjoying our breakfast when our guide and cook for the trip rocked up in the safari-mobile. Our guide had a name that instilled confidence for a safari, Simba, which is the Swahili name for Lion! Our cook was Peter, which is a slightly less Disney name, but they both seemed like ruddy ...
... not just one episode, but several - and they are loud, they howl and they bark at all different voice pitches and they go on and on and on and on. Are you getting the picture?? Well dont stop there cos i havent mentioned the roosters yet. . . .
They take up where the dogs left off - thank god we have rules about roosters in the west cos these animals just cockledoodle doo whenever they feel like it all night long. They either have a very active sex life ...
... we finally made it to Arusha it turns out our room is next to the karaoke bar. S club time yeah! I love this song! I hate this song. Zoe: so today we really do farewell paradise. We had a little walk along the beach and farewelled paradise and in my own way Nanna too as we had the sad news overnight that Nanna had passed away. We headed to the airport with our friend, also known as the friendly taut ...
... equivalents) with one room for passport control and one room for baggage. Already I could sense a great atmosphere about the place, over the speakers the South Africa World Cup song by Shakira was playing - brilliant! I didn't get my visa before I arrived as I had heard you could do this at the airport, so set about trying to do this. I spotted a man with a sign saying 'IVHQ' (the volunteering organisation I am here with) which was reassuring! There were a ...