Karama Lodge & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... that was the end of the day. Most of her commands would be In English but when she needed to explain she would reiterate in Swahili. During play time the kids would try and talk to you and I felt so bad! I wish I could understand them! Eventually I got the hang of "my turn" and "swing". They call you teacher, it's super cute. They have recently been given a puppy called Helen and when I walked past it a few times it would ignore me but during play time ...
... we headed up for a little more luxury with mum, dad and Karin this morning and had breakfast with them at their hotel. Then mum,Karin and I headed to the Masai market for some last minute shopping. After yesterday's expedition mum saw all that Karin and bought and felt left out that she hadn't bought enough haha so she wanted a few more things. Since getting here 3 weeks ago he has always been adamant that she didn't ...
... from - so nice! At the market we were lucky to bump into people from our volunteer house (Tembo house) who have been here longer so, as this was the last stop in our orientation day, we split from the rest of the group and made our way back to the dalla dalla station to find the yellow one that takes us back to our house. We were really lucky to bump into them as finding the correct stop on our own, having never been on the one back to our house before, ...
So we have come to spend the long Easter weekend in Arusha. The journey was not too bad, we took our quick Toyota Noah to Moshi had some lunch and did a few errands then went in search of a bus to Arusha. It was easier said then done with everyone vying for our business. The bus we got on left straight away but within about 5 minutes pulled into ...
... On the way down we passed the other three groups and gave them words of encouragement. We were happy to hear each group made it.
On the way down Linds got a Swahili lesson from Duma, she learned how to say hot water, tough climb, egg, banana, and a few more.
In total the summit trip took us just over 6 hours for the 14 km round trip, not bad. Except for the few moments at the top where we could see Kili, we were in the cloud the entire ...