New Sinka Court Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Arusha
... like to enjoy the coke stops and don't respect the fact the staff have things to do. So she got in at 6.30 and still had to see 5 riders! plus dinner, tent, clean up etc. I try to be as quick as possible and also tried to delay it, which got the look so into her "office" aka the lunch truck. All is fine just side effects of dirt, sweat, riding, baby wipes etc. Back to bed I went at 7.30 and slept right til 5.30, and still didn't want to get up. Day 4 started with dirt and ended ...
... 8217;t buying today, but in some ways it felt bad turning them down as we knew a single sale may go a long way. We’d also hoped to visit the Maasai Market as part of this trip, to see the beautiful handicrafts on sale from the From Kumbuka With Love project, but sadly the market and over 200 stalls were lost to a fire last November. Hopefully it won’t be long before a FKWL stall or shop can be established again, but in the meantime there’s always the Facebook ...
... there is very little Wi-Fi unlike SE Asia where it is ubiquitous. Getting these blogs out is going to be a bit tricky.
The surroundings actually remind me a lot of SE Asia though. Some things are better---like sidewalks and concrete lined ditches for waste. Also, I've seen more glasses on folks and canes/crutches. This makes me think that there is a higher standard of living here in Arusha, ...
... It is super expensive but I decided to buy a ring as I loved the idea of owning something special to Tanzania and something one of a kind, as my ring ended up being. I got one of the cheapest rings, and even with a discount it was still $180. I have never bought a single piece of jewellery that expensive to this day. Now I have! Sam picked up her specially made ring and we were off to the Maasai markets. Sam had a list of things she needed and I was only going to pick up a few ...
Andy: as we made our way to Zanzibar we stopped at a fairly nondescript place with a nondescript kinda vibe. Although it did have one thing going for it, a bridge of death. As we pulled into camp our guide warned us about walking over it as some of the planks have already fallen out of it and the rest will be quick to follow. Also it leads to nowhere. Well I needed no further invitation and set about psyching myself up ...