Arumeru River Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Border crossing today from Kenya into Tanzania - not a particularly difficult one - just pay your $50 and they’ll let you in. Very close to where last night’s camp was so more or less all arrived together. A day of rolling hills which hid the fact that we did about 1090m of ascent. Riding on my own all today - as usual but really got to me - felt really ‘Billy No Mate-ish’ most of today and extremely tearful - I’m sure it must be hormonal. ...
So here we are again! Week number 3, it's going so fast! I feel like I want to savour every moment and make the most of every opportunity that comes my way whilst I'm here, I feel so fortunate to be able to have this experience, I certainly won't let it go to waste!
Well no killing of little lamb's this week....although I have had the experience of tasting banana soup (yes banana!) that also contained beef. A combination only African people would think of putting together! Was ...
... for us!
Second was the teachers vs students relay. This year the boys team beat the teachers and they were very very very pleased with that. Something to brag about till the next gala for sure!
On the more touristy side, we visited Cultural Heritage located in Arusha. The main building is mainly an art gallery housing paintings and photography from local and international artists, they have some of the most amazing art ...
... and the ground was super ************* the thin mattress they give you). I hardly slept that night as I was constantly trying to get comfy or make sure I was moving quietly so I didn't wake up anyone. I don't sleep well next to people normally, let alone with 4 others. I woke up super tired but ready for the next day! The next day was one of the longest drives but also most frustrating as we kept stopping all the time and I was feeling impatient and wanted to arrive already! As ...
... him back and changed him and set the kiddies up in the highs chairs for their lunch. Once they were all sorted and eating I went to have a turn in the nursery. When you enter the nursery they ask you to put on a hospital gown to protect your clothes. It was hilarious. They had a 1 week old little girl at this orphanage too but the others were all a few months old. Most of them were asleep but I gave cuddles to a few and then held the little girl. As Priscus my ...