The Bay Leaf Boutique Hotel

Address: 102 Vijana Road, Arusha, Tanzania | Inn
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      Travel Blogs from Arusha

      Day 51: Jinja vitis

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 23, 2014

      ... local town. After we sat down we realised it was not only dry, but also veggie only. Some people cried, one decided to end it all right there and stabbed himself in the eye with a Samosa. Thankfully we saw that a restaurant with EXACTLY the same name was a little further down the road so we made our excuses and tried that one out instead. That one was perfect and now I'm just dreading the tumble drier effect this food is going to have when we go on our roller coaster of a taxi back ...


      A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Sep 21, 2014

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      It was only a 2 hour drive to Arusha and as it was Sunday, most of the town shops were closed tho' lots of people still in the streets. Being Peter's hometown, he was happy to drop us at our accommodation at midday where we spent the afternoon catching up on diaries and ...

      Day 36: I just need your acc number and sort code

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 08, 2014

      ... slight blood stains on them, I do you good price. We split the class into boys and girls today so that the girls could learn 'suing' from the German lady and I could teach the boys boy stuff. Most can now open a beer bottle with their teeth. I think this skill is paramount to their future success in life. Zoe: back to school today, on a Monday, the last Monday of school ever, hopefully haha. I started in the ...

      Everyday life at Neema House

      A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 27, 2014

      5 photos

      ... will be like when we return to work at Ngala. (We have to fill in an accident report in duplicate because he hit his head....really?!)

      Aside from the everyday routine we have also been lucky enough to be part of a wonderful day of celebration when one of the baby's was adopted. As you know it's quite a difficult process to finalise an adoption here, and when it is successful it's a great occasion. When little Maxine was adopted by a "local" family, ...

      Jumatatu (Monday) at Levosoli Hospital

      A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 18, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... Sana" which means thank you very much! I was shocked to see a 'wheelchair' in the corridor which was made up of a frame with wheels and a white plastic chair! This was the first hint I saw that resources were clearly sparse and that medicine here was a case of making do with what the hospital have. When we had finished the tour of the main hospital building we were directed to a separate, better maintained building. In this building was the ...