Arumeru River Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Wow. The school is so much more than the first building we constructed in 2000. It is dwarfed by the two and three story buildings that make up the Sisia campus of classrooms, workshops, garage, volunteer accommodation, visitor and admin centres. The place is swarming with organised and synchronised teams that keep the wheels turning. Then there is the secondary campus in Usa River...but that is another overwhelming experience.... It is a long trip to ...
... us to go for a drive but we wanted to enjoy the luxury of this hotel & especially enjoy the guess what?? An outdoor pool!!! Beautiful!! The place was designed by Italian/American architects and everything from decor to art was top notch including the meals. The only drawback to the whole resort, was we were the only guests! We all are having lots of fun together but it's nice to talk with others too. Off to bed at 9:00 pm in the so, so comfy ...
... remains a mountain of mystery... Of course, that is until next week when we commence our attempt to climb to her highest peak.
The flight wasn't as tough as I had anticipated. Plenty of leg room but unfortunetly that didn't help to prevent me from suffering a terrible case of cankles (calves with no discernible ankles) from the long flight! So bad they were almost painful from the swelling! But no injury or illness as yet. Campbell was pulled aside at Kili airport deemed ...
... here was more what everyone expected - sparser animals, less heterogeneous, and more predators than the crater - making it feel more raw, authentic, and like the Lion King. It was unanimously amazing, and thus hard to say goodbye to. Animal Highlights: - Leopard - 2 Lionesses on the road - Elephants (including a huge bull next to the van) - Giraffes - Two out-of-the-water hippos **photo credit to Katie for all the close-up animal pics. Thanks for letting us mooch off your photography ...
... Masai lands. Cattle is their currency. To a lesser extent goats and donkeys, but cattle determine your wealth. They live in mud/cow dung thatched roof huts and are nomadic. Today was their weekly market where they bring their cattle and goats to sell. We stopped to check it out. Pretty cool. I'm not going to say it smelled great because anyone knows you get that many goats together and it ain't pretty. And, of course, ...