Ndutu Safari Lodge

Address: P.O. Box 6084, Arusha, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge is located on P.O. Box 6084, Arusha.
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Safari and a strange morning in the bush

    A travel blog entry by tomwasmuth on Jul 10, 2015

    31 photos

    ... and it is still very
    important to make it as swift as possible.

    I watched and learnt how to butcher the goat and I was fine
    with this, it seems like a useful life skill and another one that most western
    people have lost. I also finally got the chance to put my Maasai knife to good
    use! Learning to cook the meat is interesting too and it would be cool to try
    this method in England. The meat is cooked over an open fire and is skewered on
    sticks ...

    Arusha to Lake Natron

    A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 04, 2015

    12 photos

    ... enough for me!

    I get into my room, wash my hands and face, and lie down to rest for a couple hours before dinner and device recharging time.

    Dinner is again delicious! Every meal has been so tasty, presented so well, and at the level of a high-end restaurant back home. It's really wonderful, and yummy! And the view from the restaurant is looking out over the plain to Lake Natron - incredible. As night falls, I see what looks like a weird bird ...

    No near death experiences this week...

    A travel blog entry by tomwasmuth on Jun 28, 2015

    8 photos

    ... at the school as that is why I’m
    here. Had a good time this week as all of the children have been in a strange
    energetic mood which was kept us pretty entertained. I have more structure to
    English lessons now and I’ve got nice plans for things to teach next week. I
    can help more with the Kiswahili and maths lessons now too as my Swahili is
    passable when speaking to young children.

    Another long post, apologies.

    Ashe Naleng


    Journey to Tanzania and arrival in Makayuni

    A travel blog entry by tomwasmuth on Jun 10, 2015

    5 photos

    ... cold shower and I repaired my mosquito net that had a hole in it that a donkey could fit through. I went to lunch with Lalahe another Maasai guy who teaches at the school called Lazaro and two other guests/volunteers, a well-travelled American girl called Kayleigh and another guy called Tom (Tom 2) who had joined us in Arusha the day previously. A lovely Tanzanian lady called Maama cooks the food and it’s really great! Lot’s of goat, cow and chicken and ...

    Arusha food tour, hiking Mt Hanung and midwifey ++

    A travel blog entry by danica.tanya.tz on Jun 07, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... who gathered herself quickly after a bit of tactile stimulation and bag and mask. It was such a high and a great experience. It was also very messy! Tanya’s not the tidiest midwife going around, much to Danica’s disgrace!

    Recount: A complete slap in the face after that energizing experience was a horrendously busy shift that Tanya and Danica had together which at the end of day resulted in not one, not two, but five dead babies. It really was a ...