The Manor At Ngorongoro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
What a contrast to the rest of Africa – in fact, I didn't really even feel as though we were in Africa.
Had a day in Stone Town –a cross between Venice, Morocco, Arabia, and India with it’s narrow winding alleys, ornate carved doors and metal work (to prevent elephants entering the houses!). It’s an interesting ...
... its easier just to take it with a laugh.
The food here is quite good, and so far, no upset stomach. lots of seafood and curries, which is great after the more bland food of Eastern Europe.
Zanzibar was a hub of slave trade in the 17th and 18th century, managed by the Omanis, and we saw the chambers underground where the slaves were kept..so horrible. ...
... took us longer to get back to the truck as we got a flat tyre. We drove to Arusha in that afternoon and met up with another Absolute Africa truck who we would follow for the next few days. That night in Arusha we had a bit of a party as it was our last night with our some of our truck friends who were getting off the following day and we were also saying goodbye to our tour guide Natasha.
We left Arusha the following day although not until the afternoon ...
... bustling about the small bar. A
Spanish rider we sat with told us that the girls had been making suggestive
gestures towards him. The bartender then informed him that if he paid her
commission of 400sh he could choose and negotiate a fee with whichever girl he
fancied. He thanked her but declined the offer.
The girls themselves soon got into an argument. There were
five of them all made ...