Olasiti Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps

Address: Arusha, Tanzania | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Neema House

    A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 07, 2014

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    Jambo! The best day of my life was when I visited the baby orphanage called Neema House on Saturday. This orphanage was started by an American couple in 2012 and currently holds 30 babies from newborns to 2 years old. When they get past two they hope to have them adopted but there are a few at the moment who are having to be rehoused in another orphanage. When I arrived I was given a tour of the house and then introduced to a girl from America who ...

    Day 38: goys and birls

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 10, 2014

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    Andy: Wednesday is final test day! I'm making it pretty hard as the first prize is an IPhone 4. Admittedly it's broken but they can still play with it and pretend it works like when you have a go on an arcade machine without putting any money in it. I can't wait to see how they do in the exam, Nobby No-shoes is a contender as is chubby cheeks and I'm also interested to see how Blanky does. Blanky just stares at me all day, but he could be a secret genius. But mostly I'm looking forward ...

    Jumatano (Wednesday) at Levolosi

    A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 20, 2014

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    ... needed a blood test. I took the girl to the lab for her blood test and distracted her while they took it, then helping her afterwards to press the cotton wool down hard to stop it bleeding. I was surprised when the lady taking her blood took out a rubber glove and tied it around her arm as a tourniquet! I played with her while the doctor explained to the mother that the bloods would be sent off to Dar Es Salaam to be tested but that it wouldn't be for ...

    My lunch with the Maasai

    A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Apr 07, 2014

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    Today is the first day with my tour group and the first day on the truck (which is effectively a bus, but I'm informed that it's emasculating to the driver to call it that). My luggage is still lost, meaning that when I leave Nairobi, the sum of my possessions on this continent is: - 6 pieces of clothing (including some of Kenya's latest fashions that I imagine I will unsuccessfully try to transition to Australia) - A random assortment of toiletries ...

    Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 05, 2014

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    ... close up the tent, lions are used to cars, but I don't wan them to see us moving inside and think we are dinner. We sit in silence as the roars pass us by and after another 5 minutes are heard behind us now, moving away, and then they stop. Its an unnerving silence, now we don't know where they are, we can only hope they have moved far away. We finish our dinner with a beer, then call it a night. I feel fairly tired, so hopefully will sleep through, but I am definitely on ...