Arumeru River Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... made it to our tents, and quickly changed clothes and settled into our sleeping bags for a much needed nap. After lunch, we made one last quick hike 1300m down to High Camp (3797 m, 12,530ft) for a much-needed nights rest at what we now consider "low" altitude. Day 6 (Jan 24) - Today was the last day of our Kilimanjaro trek. The day started with another early morning wake-up call, and only several hours of downhill hiking between us and the final gate. As we started ...
... first time. Once I left however I saw them kick her and throw stones at her. My goal is to train her and the kids to be able to live together properly. I'm not sure how the big kids are with her but I hope they treat her better then the little ones! Anyway that's enough for today! Hopefully I'll take photos at my next visit. I'll be checking out what they need soon too so I can start to fix up what ever they need :) Until next time! Usiku Mwema (goodnight) Jess ...
... but still kind of fun. Unfortunately, Kilimanjaro was covered in clouds so we weren't able to see it as we flew in. We were kind of counting on that because our other flights were at night. Oh well.
The flight landed early and our driver hadn't arrived from Kia Lodge yet. We had booked a room for the afternoon because we came in at 1:30 and our flight didn't leave until 2:00 am. The nice airport worker who carried our bags off the plane and all the way through ...
... in the treeline. It took around 3 hours to reach Narangu and the first major border crossing. It was crazy on both sides with many people crossing the border and even more trying to sell goods to the travellers. Had a result at the Tanzanian immigration as they granted me a visa without charging me any fee. We drove on into the Tanzanian hills before stopping for lunch, as soon as we settled, Masaii ...
Day 26: at midnight on day 26 we were dancing the night away in the local night club. I'm 99% certain I out African danced the Africans. However the bruises on my hands and knees suggest otherwise...so today we will do as Tanzanians do, which is very little. We skived off school and stayed in bed. At school you get a bonus present if you attend every day. We are not doing a very good job of promoting that but on ...