New Safari Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Arusha
... the road to the Kenyan border at Namangwa where we turned right and headed along the border towards the Western side of Kilimanjaro and Amboselli. Guess what- we got lost... again! Ended up sleeping in the WMA (Wildlife Management Area) at their Sinya camp where, over sundowners of Kilimanjaro beers,we had the most rewarding views of Kili! We counted ourselves very lucky as the peak had not been spotted for almost 3 weeks!
we then headed for the coast- but that is another ...
... tenuous grip on the ground, there are still some rock formations that are really spectacular
The word Serengeti is Maasi for Endless Plain and it certainly lives up to it, the plain just go on forever, again the photos and video just can’t do it justice
But today was really spectacular with the wildlife I did see (sitting in the front does have drawbacks but you do get some great photos (I have labelled them up in the various parks)
There is a small ...
... enough for me!
I get into my room, wash my hands and face, and lie down to rest for a couple hours before dinner and device recharging time.
Dinner is again delicious! Every meal has been so tasty, presented so well, and at the level of a high-end restaurant back home. It's really wonderful, and yummy! And the view from the restaurant is looking out over the plain to Lake Natron - incredible. As night falls, I see what looks like a weird bird ...
... t long until she progressed to fully dilated… There was Danica and Dr Arne (our new housemate you met last blog) and Carolina, a sometimes scary, but very experienced Tanzanian midwife for moral support. There was poo everywhere from both the mum and baby, Danica was saying, ‘Tan, you’re wiping the mums **** on the baby’ it was a very hectic experience Tanya didn’t even know what she was doing because there were so many nerves and so much ...
Border crossing today from Kenya into Tanzania - not a particularly difficult one - just pay your $50 and they’ll let you in. Very close to where last night’s camp was so more or less all arrived together. A day of rolling hills which hid the fact that we did about 1090m of ascent. Riding on my own all today - as usual but really got to me - felt really ‘Billy No Mate-ish’ most of today and extremely tearful - I’m sure it must be hormonal. ...