Aquiline Hotel

Address: Arusha, Tanzania | Inn
 
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      Travel Blogs from Arusha

      Neema House

      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... up pages for the teacher while she made the kids put there head on the table and sleep while she stares at the front. I wasn't to impressed.. I want to help her not become her. Her lessons are all in Swahili so it's not like I can even take over and show her anything. She hardly understands me too. It's frustrating as I feel my time is not used to the best of its ability. I'm not even sure what I can do on my own to help. We also finish at 12pm so ...

      Arusha and the snake park

      A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... ATM's were both had no money. And the last a successful ATM stop with a supermarket to pick up some water and snacks for the Serengeti and a cheeky ice cream pot to share for the last leg of the journey. We were staying at a campsite which was attached to a snake park Matt and Lou had also stayed here on there African trails adventure. The snake park was really cool. We had an amazing guide who showed us lots of ...

      Day 37: teaching the RIGHT things

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... a Terry's chocolate orange and just how many Pringles can I fit in my mouth at once. However we did learn about dynamics, pressure and incision today. Principally how Tottenham's new manager has instilled a new dynamic, high pressure style of play that has led to a more incisive attack. Some of the girls wanted to learn from their textbooks about chemistry and geography and rubbish like that. I quickly put a stop ...

      Everyday life at Neema House

      A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 27, 2014

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      ... both!!! And sit and sit and sit they do! Then ,you guessed it...more nappy changing and , at 2pm ,bed, BLISS!!!!!

      We are then able to return to the volunteer house to make some lunch, chill out, go for a walk or whatever takes our fancy until 5.30pm.....then back to Neema for bath time, dinner and bed....
      Bath time needs a special mention as it is LOUD, CHAOTIC to the outsider and fairly dangerous. Toddler bath time is especially worth ...

      Jumatano (Wednesday) at Levolosi

      A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... out was an interesting one, I had some more of the local 'Konyagi' spirit and took in the atmosphere - an odd international mix of volunteers and locals. We had good fun dancing but the night ended abruptly as Lana noticed her iPhone and camera had been taken from her handbag. It was a real shame but I guess tipsy foreigners are an easy target. It's easy to forget you are in a completely different culture when having a good time. I will now be extra ...