The Bay Leaf Boutique Hotel

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

    Beggars can't be choosers or can they?

    A travel blog entry by brazoo on Jul 23, 2014

    ... that and actually buying from an authorized dealer) and got a card and 20 min of service for 10,000 TZ Schillings about the equivalent to $6USD at a conversion rate of 1600 TZ : 1 USD roughly. I thought the little SOB sold me a bogus card because I couldn't call anyone in Arusha, could get calls but also couldn't call back to USA. I would found out on next day I made error of not using a special code in the process.
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    My lunch with the Maasai

    A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Apr 07, 2014

    4 photos

    Today is the first day with my tour group and the first day on the truck (which is effectively a bus, but I'm informed that it's emasculating to the driver to call it that). My luggage is still lost, meaning that when I leave Nairobi, the sum of my possessions on this continent is: - 6 pieces of clothing (including some of Kenya's latest fashions that I imagine I will unsuccessfully try to transition to Australia) - A random assortment of toiletries ...

    Serengeti Plains

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 06, 2014

    ... we could easily get lost here! But as long as we find the lake, we will be ok. My sense of direction is improving greatly, ok, so I cant tell if I came from left or right when I get out of a clothes store, but in the bush I seem to be very fine tuned and know my directions comfortably. This is a great help when Jon the driver thinks we are going back on ourselves, when in fact we are no where near anywhere we have been before! We decide to drive down a valley from ...

    Day 4 - on the dark continent

    A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 19, 2014

    1 comment

    Jamboree! We made it into Arusha at 0230 local time. Smooth flight in to a 1runway airport in middle of nowhere. Flight attendants much more casual than in US. Our seat backs were both busted so seats wouldn't go completely upright. Didn't even notice for landing check. Luggage stowage door left open for landing. No worries there. Just don't let a bag hit you on the way down. Sally put it to the big test. You can even use the loo on final approach. Just steady as it ...

    Tanzanian smiles

    A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Jan 26, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... dehydration.
    After my long and hot day at school, I came home, absolutely exhausted, and nauseous. I had only drank about 400ml of water that day, and I normally consume a minimum of two litres. I will not make that mistake again, because I spent the night praying to the porcelain gods. Tuesday, I had TD, Traveler’s Disease (fun stuff!). I spent two days in agony, but had recovered in time for my last day at school, and the beginning of a new project. ...