Aquiline Hotel

Arusha, Tanzania | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Perfect first day

    A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Aug 31, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... and I was sure I was going to sprain my ankle. Our room is beautiful and we just know we'll have a gorgeous view in the morning!

    We slept about 5 hours and woke up at 8:30 with bright sun shining. We were right. Our view is stunning. We can see the village around us and Mt Meru from our balcony. Lots of pictures were taken before we finally made it to breakfast. The dining room is a covered patio on the edge ...

    Day 21: S club heaven

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 24, 2014

    ... we finally made it to Arusha it turns out our room is next to the karaoke bar. S club time yeah! I love this song! I hate this song. Zoe: so today we really do farewell paradise. We had a little walk along the beach and farewelled paradise and in my own way Nanna too as we had the sad news overnight that Nanna had passed away. We headed to the airport with our friend, also known as the friendly taut ...

    Day 2 - Aug. 5th, 2014

    A travel blog entry by moonpie67 on Aug 05, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... an old cemetery overrun with colorful wild flowers. Our guide Nasib informed us that when the Christian missionaries were in the area if someone passed away and had no family they would bury them in this cemetery. After a mile of hiking we come upon the area where the Christian missionaries settled and is now part of the Chaga village. A beautiful, grand church stands along side the Chaga school which was brimming with the cutest school kids that were so ...

    Baby catcher on the loose

    A travel blog entry by sarapearce on Jul 29, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    Yesterday started slowly. Then it got graphic.  We dusted the whole of the maternity ward before heading over to the wound/injection area to see if anyone was around (no ladies seemed to want to have their babies..). The lovely nurse, Matoy, decided we could basically run the wound room (with a bit of direction in Swahili) which was fun. Diabetic foot ulcers come to me! Nothing like a bit of sharp debridement with only a scalpel ...

    Day 4-5: Arusha NP & Lake Manyara NP

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jun 18, 2014

    11 photos

    ... town) just before entering the park. Lunch comprised banana stew, ugali, spinach, beans and very tough chicken. They have a custom where you are brought water and a bowl to wash your hands at the table before and after the meal. In the evening we stayed at Migunga Forest Camp where we slept in a tent with see through netting which felt like sleeping outside. This was a very noisy evening surrounded by monkeys, birds, bats and very noisy crickets...but strangely ...