New Sinka Court Hotel

Address: Swahili Street, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

A very special day in Arusha

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jul 18, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... 8217;s residents in the 7 hours we spent in the city.

Today for us was about meeting four year old Glory, the child that Shirley’s company sponsors and her Mum, Doreena. Shirley had been in frequent communication with the President of the Rotary Club of Golden Sunrise in Arusha over many months and we were also both excited to have the opportunity to witness some of the Rotary Projects that Eoin’s Rotary Club back in Christchurch had ...

Arusha food tour, hiking Mt Hanung and midwifey ++

A travel blog entry by on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... the patient to the bed and took one look and mother and diagnosed cord prolapse, she immediately did a VE and tried to put the cord back, but it was such a large loop of cord and actually was stone cold and not pulsating – the second twin had died. The vulva was the largest, most swollen vulva we both had ever seen – this woman had clearly been pushing for hours. It was 3pm and it was estimated that the delivery happened at 8am. It turns out the arm ...

St Jude's Graduation day

A travel blog entry by kerrysteller on May 31, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... a testamur before the speeches were given by the official guests. The highlight at the end was the graduation cake. Imagine our surprise when a full cooked goat with its head was wheeled in! This is a traditional Tanzanian cake and a few guests were asked to come up to taste the cake. Dave was invited up to have a taste as the first builder and for representing Rotary. We were all escorted to lunch after the ceremony with ...

Stage 48: Namanga to Arusha: 118km border

A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 10, 2015

23 photos

... In the end Will came back down and organised a free 4x4 vehicle from the campsite to take 10 or so of us back up the hillside in the dark to have a meal (and drinks) there. Wifi was still non existent on my laptop but well worth the trip up there. A very limited but good quality menu - most looked spicy so opted for the vegetarian roulade - not a huge plateful but very edible. Good food, good drinks and good company. A good ending to a bit of a miserable start of the ...


A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 28, 2015

11 photos

... more and more animals, including two warthogs and a dozen babies! We also were able to see two rhinos grazing off in the distance, quite a rare find considering how near extinction the black rhino is. Everywhere we looked we saw different, new animals. The crater itself was incredibly gorgeous, a vast bright green landscape with rolling hills surrounded by forested mountains on all sides. However, the crater seemed to contain the animals, creating an almost zoo-like effect. ...