Olasiti Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps
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... area. Would have been great to stay there longer but Trish and Kevin wanted to go to the supermarket on the way back.
Started raining as we finally arrived back at the campsite in Arusha - managed to get a spot under one of the covered over areas which made it much easier. Had a quiet night getting ready of the marathon 7 days of cycling coming up starting tomorrow and had a pizza with Paige in the restaurant at the campsite.
... gala/carnival. All the kids are assigned a “house” when they join school and during the gala, they compete between the houses. The houses are named after the four major mountains in the region (Kilimanjaro, Meru, Longae & Mwanza). The coolest was the way they ended the day with two types of fun races.
First was the Fun Relay: this still has 4 people swimming 4 lengths (25m) of the pool, however each lap ...
... was ok to come. The lady was very welcoming though and was actually Australian! She was the director while the lady who started it was back in America. She took me on a tour and this place was beautiful! They were backed onto a mini rainforest and she said they see all types of monkeys and animals come through. They had two different buildings, one for the babies and crawlers and then another for the wobblers and toddlers. They had 39 little ones up to the age of ...
... town to have another delicious street/caravan burger mmmmm. Then we went and sat by the pool all afternoon. It was abit overcast and the pool here is freezing so we just sort of relaxed and didn't actually go in. Instead I finished my behemoth of a book: Mandella: Long Walk to Freedom. It was a long walk but in the end he got there. A good book I recommend it. Tonight was a quiet night. Time to catch up on sleep ...
... exhausting you just have to sit back and laugh!
After a snack and a drink there is usually a time for singing and then their off to bed.And don't we all need that!
There are 2 shifts of nannies ...from 7.30am until 4pm and then from 4pm until 7.30 am. Other local workers are assigned duties such as nappy washing, cleaning, cooking and driving.Together with the volunteers it certainly is a team effort.
Initially we found the whole routine ...