Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... quiet of the desert. Hotel blasted rap music, until enough of us complained they turned it off, and we listened to the bar across the road play some thing that never ended....never.... all night. The shower was ok, but not the best and you know you've been in Africa to long when you prefer a squat toilet to a flush one. Yuck! showering beside that mess makes you feel dirtier then you already were. Another sleepless night, this has got to stop. Thankfully we were able to hit ...
... real poverty – mud huts, scabby dogs, goats, strange smells, dust, no water, no sanitation, no electricity, but in the middle of all this was a large group of extremely excited children who swamped us the minute we pulled up in the village. Hands were grabbed, lots of giggling and pointing (mainly at Paul’s heavily tattooed arms), then we got led to the school. It’s simply a mud hut with a tin roof and a few rows of wooden benches, but obviously means so much to ...
... Rwanda war crimes is being held at the conference center here. Visitors are allowed to go and watch the proceedings. I was extremely curious about this, but when we arrived, we learned that today is a holiday and so nothing was going on. Pretty bummed about that. Our mission today was to find me a hat because I didn't bring one, thinking that a town largely devoted to safaris would have hats....why do I think these ...
Andy; today we had our last day on the mainland before our ferry to Zanzibar. We stayed with one of guides friends/former lovers new place which had seen no guests at all prior to our visit. As we jumped off the bus a million eyes locked onto us as if to ask 'what are you and why have you come here?'. Their questions would be quickly answered, we are Western sluts and we are here to make you laugh as we attempt to put tents up that we should really have known how to do ...
... for our picnic lunch and then had a look around the village and watched their dance. Most of us had a go at jumping like a Masai. I finally bought my Masai blanket from the Masai village. Then we headed into the park and pretty much stopped instantly for photos haha. First up was wildebeest and zebra, then we stopped for giraffe and then elephants. We were lucky that the mum and baby were literally so close, 2m away from the truck. Then we saw a cheetah just lazing ...