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- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Arusha
... the price of women around here. Philippe quickly calculated and figured that if he was to splash out on cows he could get many wives.. grrrrrrr. At least in Jordan, a man needs to dish out about 10 camels each valued about $5000 (so $50,000 total)!
Anyway, the boys then came in the center of the village all dressed in their colourful tunics, pretty necklaces and bracelets and started to dance, first circling around and singing, then of course jumping up high ...
... There were no windows and cracks in the mud walls meant that anyone living there was subject to the elements, summer and winter. With our funding, Doreena has been able to upgrade to a room that has a ceiling and four walls which she is immensely proud of.
The room, measuring about 4 metres by 4 metres has one window and enough room for a double mattress which Doreena and Glory share – there are no sheets or blankets. There are pots and pans and ...
... miles, finally I can see the sign for the Mweka Gate. I actually made it back down! It feels like the descent might have been harder than the ascent? But more likely is that when I reached the final summit, my body and mind had done what they needed to do and finally checked out. And yet there was still 15000 feet of descent over 15 miles of trails - an incredibly hard hike by itself under normal circumstances, and ...
I already have tears in my eyes and I only wrote the title! This is going to be an emotional one for me to write because I will be thinking of and feeling so much of what I experienced while in Arusha Tanzania. When I started this blog I thought I would be able to let everyone know exactly what I was experiencing. The more I travel, the less I am able to find words. Until you experience it first hand... they are just pictures and stories. But to me ...
... abundant wildlife in the park. Our first encounter is with a gathering of baboons. Next we pause to enjoy the antics of the Vervet monkeys. We spy a few of the multitude of bird species found in Tanzania, and we enjoy seeing our first antelope and Cape Buffalo.
Our day is complete as we return to our lodge for a welcome reception at twilight by the pool overlooking the spectacular valley!