Pamoja Expedition Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... the left. Cribs upon cribs stacked on each other. Let's just say I'm not a baby person. So many crying children and I had no idea what to do. But then I got the opportunity to feed one of them. I figured all is well, until she started to projectile vomit down my shirt. That relationship ended poorly. I also got to meet the "crawlers" and even feed one of the little boys for a minute! Until he started crying so that didn't last long.
... to get a meal so invited him to join us, it was just that the food had not yet arrived! So they collected some wood and got a fire going then bought a couple of beers and sat down to wait. Eventually around 8pm I rocked in expecting that they would be at the restaurant. So as we were all starving it was all hands to the tasks and within minutes we had the meat chopped, the veggies peeled, and stew on the boil. Carl was impressed with our team! A good feed saw ...
... fight with the bug. P (laughing): I can't wait. Hopefully the bug stays away from you guys. I hung up the phone and Steve and I started thinking about possibilities. P: watch the bug not even be under the trash can. S: it'll be back on the net in the morning just staring at them. P: it'll crawl into one of their bags. The whole thing was so hilarious. I knew that Karen and Bryan were fine and this bug wasn't going to do anything. I was excited to see the video and ...
... with large herds of cattle and goats. Thin men with colorful flowing robes and long staffs. And small boys wearing bright red tending the herds instead of school. The border interesting in that it's all in a construction zone with dust and dirt everywhere. Took some time to get the visas done but finally back on the bus and now in Tanzania. Eventually Mount Kilamanjaro came ...
... life, it is love, it is absolute beauty!
I went to Arusha to volunteer which has been a dream of mine forever!!! I registered through International Volunteer HQ and was placed through Tanzania Volunteer Experience (TVE) at the Tupendane Orphanage. (That's a mouthful) I was given accommodation at a volunteer house called Twiga House. Another bunk bed and mosquito net to call my own! The house was in Arusha but my placement was in Usa which was ...