Arumeru River Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 8217;s company stepped in. Now she is promised an education for life and the funding we give provides Glory with a lunch every school, day, medical assistance, uniform and transportation to the pre school she currently attends. We had been receiving updates on Glory’s progress at school and it was such a privilege and an unforgettable experience to meet her. We were told ‘you have given Glory her life’. How do you respond to a statement such as ...
... lived with her grandmother who is nearly 100 now and who now lives with Olivas older sister. Dinner was at the school and was a welcome dinner for us all. Peter 2 our cook from 2000 and 2004 was still the cook for this meal. There were around 50 visitors who had arrived and many were staying in the visitor accommodation at St Jude's. Some amazing people with different connections the school. That's enough for now. I'll keep you posted. Hope this one gets ...
... hour away using the local dallah-dallah transportation. I didn’t know how I would fare living in a house with up to 25 other volunteers but lucky for me it was 'slow season’ so there were only about 8 other volunteers living there most of the time. Mel was one of the other volunteers who had returned to Arusha for a second time to help. She was kind enough to show me the ropes and invited me to visit Neema House on our off days.
... 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 ...
Day 15- Nairobi to Arusha
We were up reasonably early for breakfast to then get a 7.15am transfer to Arusha in Tanzania with our temporary transfer guide- Furahini (meaning Happiness in Swahili) and our new group;
Amy and Ross (newly weds from Canada), Ashley and Emma (Canada), Yannick and Britta (couple from Germany), Ken and Kat (also newly weds and also from Canada) and Mikko (Finland). A slight change of dynamic and nationalities to almost all couples and ...