- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... far into Tanzania. Got to wave and say hi to lots of local tribes along the drive. We were greeted by locals singing and dancing for us as we arrived at the Lodge. They served us Champagne and Mimosa's and fresh hot towels as we disembarked our vehicles. We enjoyed a great lecture by Louise Leakey, a NG researcher working in the Kenya area now on fossil exploration. Enjoyed dining with her after the lecture. She is so interesting and so very ...
... breathing, sleeping and talking Kilimanjaro. Did we even have a life before this??
I think not.............kilimanjaro, kilimanjaro, kilimanjaro............................ ..................
It was on Day three that the Guides starting to really watch every move we made. They observed our eating patterns. If we did not eat enough, we were asked to eat more. The food was always greasy and heavy and sometimes difficult to eat, but we forced it down, trying ...
Andy: The last day of the journey was also the quickest as we basically ran down the mountain like it was on fire. We even beat the porters down. Lazy daisies. Just because you're carrying our tent, luggage and remaining food. I'm carrying a pillow AND a towel. When we drove back to the hotel I donated my broken hiking boots to funny face. They didn't fit him but that's his problem really. I feel like I've done my bit in helping Africa ...
... this afternoon and safari early tomorrow morning….our last chance to see a leopard and win the Big 5 Challenge!……unless Team 1 & 2 can prove photographically otherwise! So love from the Beests who have all sent you a message and would love a reply by tomorrow so they can read before going up Kili. Alice: Hey gals and boys hope you are all having an amazing time in Croatia! Won't be though because I’m not there. Sitting here with two days until Kili and ...
... of a profession for a maximum of 8 years, beyond which it would not be recommended and affects one’s health beyond repair. We spoke about many things ranging from his family, religion, and marriages in Africa to mPesa and Indians settled in Tanzania and the businesses they run. Seemingly many of the businesses – from manufacturing to construction etc in Tanzania are run by Indians settled there from 3-4 generations.
When the sun set we were still walking, but ...