New Sinka Court Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Day 26: bunking off

A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 29, 2014

... appear again they will have missed us. We'll see. Also it's crazy how much they love football here. There are 10 tv channels here, 3 of them just play football all day long, current games, old games, doesn't matter really as long as it's football. Every African also knows very thin about football so Andy is great at sparking up conversations everywhere we go. Amazing. But really with me it all just puts me to sleep ...

Everyday life at Neema House

A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 27, 2014

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This time I thought that I'd share with you a little more about our daily life as volunteers in Arusha and working at the rescue's pretty far removed from everyday life in Perth, caring for family and home and commuting on that bloody freeway everyday, but it's absolutely no walk in the park either...quite the opposite, in fact.
Its here that I need to call on Megan for her thoughts on sleeping in the volunteer house.....

"So, let me take ...


A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 15, 2014

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... mama was on the table so we tucked in straight away! We had pasta with beans and aubergine sauce - it tasted good but it was a little cold as we were back late, and there's no such thing as a microwave here! After dinner most of the volunteers in the house congregated in the living area to chill and get to know each other some more. We opened some wine that we got at the supermarket and played Cards Against Humanity which was hilarious! Again it was quite a late ...

Arriving in Africa

A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 14, 2014

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... window. It was obscured by a few clouds but what we could see was really pretty: bright red, orange and yellow, merging into each other like a watercolour painting. There was more excitement out of the window when later on we spotted lightning in the clouds! It amazing to see a storm happening right next to us, something I've never witness before. Though admittedly it was pretty scary! We finally arrived the tiny airport in Kilimanjaro (in comparison to it's ...

Arusha Finally

A travel blog entry by davidwshih on Jul 05, 2014

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After arriving in DAR at 2:30am and getting our visas, we had just one final leg to Arusha. The checkin didn't open until 4am and the flight not until 7:30am. Finally we arrived after a short 1.5 hour flight where the Safari Infinity driver took us to the Rivertrees ...