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Travel Blogs from Arusha
... that we forgot to buy rice, so pasta and ragu it was. Hannah described our hospital perfectly on friday morning as we left for the weekend. "It is like living in a hug." One of the ladies cleaning the paths asked if we were off for safari and wished us a wonderful trip to Arusha. Sadly the rain is not easing up this morning, but we hope it will before we head for our lunch with Charlie and Sarah this afternoon. ...
Here is a short video of the card game. I am gradually getting the hang of it!! Just click on it to play it!
I decide against a trip in the boat but Pete went and said it was really good. However some of the ACTT staff were really worried, as most of ...
... Coffee Lodge. He was a nice guy. Driving to the lodge reminded me of Gambia, with people milling about and animals grazing along the roads. I kept going on about how cute the goats were, for some reason O.o We arrived at The Arusha Coffee Lodge with a warm welcome and were instantly impressed by it. All of the staff were lovely and helpful, and our guide (Yuga) was also very kind. He told us about what we ...
... their living mainly with agriculture. Besides bananas they also grow mangos, passion fruits, avocados, coffee, corn, onions etc. Women also collect wood in the surrounding forests and then they try to sell it. Some of the villagers have even some cattle but only a few pieces.
I noticed that there were three types of houses in the village:
- Traditional village houses (mud, sticks and some plastic materials)
- Maasai houses (mud, cow´s **** and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet