Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... and him takes place before they'll open the gate. When Tanzanian men talk to each other, it's hard to tell if they're mad or not - Rajai said that's just the way they talk and he agreed that it can sound like they're angry, and we laughed. After the last gate we get to the tented camp site for my next two nights. As promised, it's basically a room with canvas walls - it's really interesting and pretty! Electricity only from 6:30pm to 11pm, recharging only in ...
... pick a reputable company within your budget that will treat both you and their own staff well. It seems impossible in the beginning, as there are so many companies out there, but you'd be surprised how quickly you'd be able to get a good idea of your options - I had narrowed the choice down to only two companies within just a few days. We went with the African Walking Company and I can't praise them enough and would recommend them to anyone who can afford them - ...
I would describe the activity of the children’s day as “organized chaos”. Despite having few resources and no real curriculum the children were very good with routine. They were respectful, said prayers before meals, and took care of each other. The older kids were responsible for helping hand out the tea and lunch. When someone was hurt or crying, you would see another student wiping their tears away. They ...
... for their families. Heshima provides free training and resources to women in the morning from 9am-1pm, so that the women are able to manage their responsibilities at home and to their education. In addition, Heshima provide an Early Learning play and care program at the same time, for children under 5, whilst their mothers are learning. The program aims to teach English and other basic skills and is led by a local teacher, Constantine, who ...
... we'll get to see the snakes then as I couldn't really do too much for the rest of the afternoon as I still felt so weird. We did go for a little wander around later on with the Kiwis to see the camels and the week and a half year old newborn camel, some beautiful little birds and an amazing storm cloud that looked like a volcano eruption.
We met our new guide who was called Justus, William our driver and Pesh a woman training with G to be a CEO just like Francis ...