Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... town) just before entering the park. Lunch comprised banana stew, ugali, spinach, beans and very tough chicken. They have a custom where you are brought water and a bowl to wash your hands at the table before and after the meal. In the evening we stayed at Migunga Forest Camp where we slept in a tent with see through netting which felt like sleeping outside. This was a very noisy evening surrounded by monkeys, birds, bats and very noisy crickets...but strangely ...
... that you would never see in the UK. We saw large livers from the end of the bed, a man with advanced prostate cancer and widespread metastases, many patients with HIV and infections that go with it. It was a bit like 4 years of medical school in 4 days. Dr. Kiwelu is really good as well, he makes sure that we are examining the patients and know what is going on, a bit like what teaching ward rounds should be like in the ...
... before long, the car stops again, is it possible, 2 male cheetah on the prowl! Wow they are beautiful, slim, long legs, so elegant. Cheetah hunt in the daytime unlike the other cats, and it looks like they are ready for lunch. They stop and sit by us, no action yet and we have to drive on. We arrive at a forested area and set amongst the trees is a breakfast table laid out with silver service. We are greeted with a refreshing cold towel and another glass of champagne, ...
... little jumbo jet thingy that flew us to Kilimanjaro Airport -- super hot in there, thankfully only a 45 min flight! There were lots of people with large rucksacks there, supposedly preparing to climb Kilimanjaro. Mum felt rather out of place among all the backpackers with her little turquoise handbag! At Kilimanjaro Airport, we briefly filled out some forms, then were met by our driver who would take us to ...
... the plane onto the tarmac you are greeted by the greenest of fields and huge, distant mountain ranges. The scenery brings an instant smile to your face and you find yourself breathing a little deeper. You intuitively know that this is something different, special. There isn't much to the Arusha Airport. It is literally a room occupied by both arriving and departing passengers who compete for limited seating in the hard plastic chairs or on the floor, or for standing room along ...