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... and hugged Pier madly and then Sheryl. Jacqui and I assumed they knew her. She then came around the table to us and hugged us madly as well. Unfortunately as she hugged Jacqui her hair got caught in Jacqui's very expensive prescription glasses and they were ripped off Jacqui's face and were swinging wildly in this mad woman's hair. Jacqui tried to get her to stop yanking at them but as they came loose one of the arms was twisted outwards making them unwearable. The woman ...
... safe to say most mzungu wouldn't be seen walking the backstreets where we've raising clouds of dust as we migrate ... 17 September Quiet start to the day, an earlier rising as we are being met today at 8am. The plan for today is to see the land Samwel has bought for the 'new' NOCET, as well as visit Samwel's laboratory. Samwel arrived, we waited for Alfred, once he turned up we piled in and set off on Nelson Mandela Road out of Arusha, the housing and shops less congested the further ...
... as the leopard was panting heavily, we got some fantastic pics and film as we were able to drive up next to the tree. The area has a huge reed lake and the elephants wade out hundreds of metres from the shore line to feed. One elephant near the shore was having a bath in a couple of metres of water, splashing and throwing himself around having a great time. Once again our guide Simba used his amazing sight to spot a huge monitor lizard in ...
... up a stone and threw it at them!!! (who needs a rifle?). We saw some zebras at a distance and some beautiful colobus and vervet monkeys. During the second day we climbed out of the forest onto shrub land and had the most amazing views of our volcano and also Kilamanjaro.
The biggest and longest day (13 hours in total) started at 12.30am yes, just after midnight. Neither of us managed to sleep. We set off walking at 1am (Lisa ...
... ran at the guide. We wanted to leave him there. Turns out there aren't really any coffee tours in the area unless, of course, you pay a lot.
Climb time! At 6pm we met our head guide and our chef for the trip. They brought us our gear and told us they would pick us up at 7:30. We got ourselves ready, and went to bed. The next morning we were greeted by literally a bus full of people. Turns out our support team is 12 people. A head guide, assistant guide, chef, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services