New Sinka Court Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... It sucks being put in these situations because I don't know what to say or if there's anything I can do and I come out of the meetings feeling awful! The little girl just wants to go to school and there's nothing I can do to help.
And then! For my fieldwork I would assume I would be doing mostly hands on stuff, you know, preparing me for the field and all...hence the name... but nooooooo I'm stuck writing several papers a week putting all my time I should ...
... she was too heavy to do very much
After that it was a case of going here and there in search of pretty much everything, we saw buffalo (Cape Buffalo and they were big boys)
We used all tracks in the lake area and some were pretty bumpy, there was lots of other trucks and 4x4’s there, all in search of the elusive animals
When we stopped for lunch it was the best lunch we have had on the trip, with a really good selection of food and fruit
... the male lions simply seemed uninterested.
It took us almost half an hour to ascend the 600 meters of the crater’s wall. At the top of the crater we stopped at a lookout where a plaque had been erected to remember those who had been fatally killed in the Ngorongoro crater. A black rhino had fatally wounded one man.
That afternoon we drove back to Arusha to the first campsite home to the black mamba and where we met Pesh and ...
... of the area, but it works. And it might be the best wifi I've had since I arrived! I wish I could somehow take a picture, but just imagine me sitting in a directors chair, under a corrugated metal roof overhang of a wood shack, sort of like an old school wood workshop, next to a generator making power for the next couple of hours. Funny, cool, and unique!
After dinner and wifi I wash up and go to bed, and I'm getting up early for a hike out to Lake Natron. Should be ...
Last weekend we headed to Arusha to go on a 'food tour'. Seriously, we took the 5 hour journey just to get out of town and eat some western food. We slept in Babati on the Friday night in a guesthouse next to a nightclub. Low and behold, it was sooooo noisy in our room until 4am – not the best sleep we’ve had in weeks. We did some souvenir shopping at the Massai markets, had lunch at Christy’s house with the Maternity Africa crew, got drunk at a ...