New Sinka Court Hotel

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

Kili Day 6 - Mweka to the bottom, and Arusha

A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 03, 2015

... miles, finally I can see the sign for the Mweka Gate. I actually made it back down! It feels like the descent might have been harder than the ascent? But more likely is that when I reached the final summit, my body and mind had done what they needed to do and finally checked out. And yet there was still 15000 feet of descent over 15 miles of trails - an incredibly hard hike by itself under normal circumstances, and ...

Kilimanjaro trek - practical tips

A travel blog entry by acres_wild on Jun 12, 2015

... for half an hour and I didn't even do that and was fine. One of the days I thought I'd need leggings as we were quite high already, but we only needed to stop an hour later for me to take them off as I was boiling. It only got very cold the moment the sun set - the change in temperature was so big that this felt much worse than getting up at night - so we always put more layers on then, either leggings or fleece trousers and also the thick jacket and a hat. For ...

Week 7

A travel blog entry by wobbly1 on May 01, 2015

Back on the mainland we overland north for the snow caps of Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa and the service town of Arusha. We visit a local Masai village, cultural centre and local women's market another great opportunity to buy some ...

Goooood morning madam!

A travel blog entry by ljworldtrip on Apr 14, 2015

2 comments, 193 photos

... is ok. What I hope they do remember is feeling loved, and knowing that there are people who care about them and believe in them.

What I loved most about Tanzania is the community living lifestyle. As I discussed with a couple Tanzanians, Tanzania used to be a socialist country. Although that has changed, they have kept going their obligation to each other, to their ‘brothers and sisters.’ Everyone helps everyone as if they ...

UEA Part 5- A Hisssstory of Fainting

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 23, 2015

7 photos

... bananas and vegetables, it was so delicious. After a huge lunch we went to visit a little Maasai community. G Adventures run the Maasai Clean Cookstoves project where they install chimneys in all of the Maasai houses so that they no longer have to suffer with the smoke poisoning and general poor ventilation and heat. They welcomed us with some traditional songs and dancing (or rather jumping). We spoke to the Maasai women via a translator and explored their huts with ...