The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... because inyeto means ******.
They tell us that Art In Tanzania (the project they work for and the one we're volunteering on) built the shelter we're in out of banana tree branches this year. It serves as a kitchen for the school that Dzinyeto set up so his kids would receive some sort of education, which is opposite, and which is really a couple of walls, some sheets and some paint. But way more than they had before. The view of the fishing boats ...
... next four days were spent on Zanzibar an island off the coast of Tanzania. To get there we had to catch tuk tuks, two ferries and a bus to our accommodation. We spent the first night in Stone Town, did a spice tour and looked around the food markets. We caught a boat to Prison Island the following day where we saw the giant tortoises who love having their necks rubbed, we visited the old prison which is now a hotel and snorkelled just off Prison Island and saw ...
... don't migrate from there because they done have to, It's green all year round! There's lakes, forest & savannah, beautiful. I'm going to load all my pics on FB when I get back so you'll see it in all it's glory. That evening a hyena wandered into our camp, sniffed around the tents then left & at night we were told to not leave toothpaste, perfume or food in our tents under any circumstances! So Ross promptly went & put roast potatoes under Paolos tent! That night ...
... alongside the summit of Kilimanjaro, whose snowy slopes glistened above the clouds. Jeez, I'd never tackled a hill that planes flew past, not over. On touching down on Tanzanian soil, the doors of our small aircraft opened and we were ushered outside into a blistering heat. It was just 9am: this was going to be a shock to the system!
A bumpy bus ride the next morning brought us to the base of Kilimanjaro National Park. I had always ...