Mount Meru Game Lodge & Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the locals try and dance with the Mzungus. Some loved it and others didn't want a bar of it. We couldn't stop laughing all night. It was a great time and I'm so glad I went. We didn't end up in bed till 3.30, and even got to stop at an African late night side of the road shop for some cold chips (which were surprisingly good). I will probably head to Via Via one more time before I leave, but if I don't, at least I can say I've experienced an African ...
... But I made it, Bridge 0, Idiot 1. Zoe: We are bound for the coast today. It was a rainy day, the first full rainy day of the trip. We made it to camp, right on the beach outside of Dar Es Salaam in a town called Bagamoyo and tonight we were staying at a little campsite called Firefly which was super cool. It was a Zimbabwe lady and her daughter who have only just finished doing up these old Swahili ruins and our truck ...
... to suck your blood. We were deposited in our lodge where we stayed in a luxury safari tent which had its own shower, and even a spare bed for when Zoe gets annoyed of my snoring. Interested to see what our tour crew are gonna be like tomorrow. Hope one of them brings bacon this time. Zoe: packed everything this morning, just got everything in but unfortunately I don't think there is room for the bag I really wanna get from the markets. Then we hung around and said bye to ...
... guess we won't be able to do much shopping in Istanbul!
We spent some time by the pool and it was nice just relaxing, much better than hanging out in the airport! Unfortunately their "free" wifi access required that I provide access to my Facebook or LinkedIn account and that was not going to happen. I would rather have the option to pay instead of something stupid like that. Oh well.
We had dinner and slept for a few hours before our alarm went off at ...
... Then we headed from Zanzibar to Dar Es Salaam and eventually after a very quiet (we didn't speak to each other as the football was on tv funnily enough) delay we made it to Kilimanjaro airport, again. Unfortunately this time my bag didn't quite make it and there was no guide waiting for us and then we were locked out of the airport, a little worrying at the time. So in Dar they told us to collect and ...