SG Resort Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 5072, Arusha, Tanzania | Resort
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      Travel Blogs from Arusha

      Kili Trek (Days 1-3)

      A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 24, 2015

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      ... the sun finally making an appearance and the introduction of a new type of tree that looked like something out of Dr. Seuss. We were given the rest of the afternoon for some R&R and prep for another arduous day of hiking up the Great Barranco Wall tomorrow to base camp! As a side note, our campsite is gorgeous today with a stunning view of the snow covered mountain crowned in stars, towering above the giant Barranco wall to our south - ...

      Via Via

      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... I gave up after a while and Amber took over) but eventually they decided to come. We got dressed and started to have a few drinks but as we had started and stopped earlier it was hard to get back in the mood. Leaving time got pushed further and further back and there were a few times I was sure the girls were going to give up and not go, but just as they said they were going to bed, Priscus our driver showed up. With no time to back out, 12 of ...

      City, DalaDalas and Hope Centre

      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... a "fun" time with the DalaDala. Everything in town is dirty and broken and run down. They have a section of town called Muzungu Square which means white person square. It has cafes and a giant supermarket and travel agent and all the white people go here as there is free wifi and "normal" food like burgers and Mexican. My favourite place of Arusha so far is the Masai Markets. It's where you find all your traditional African "things". It's stressful ...

      Out of Africa

      A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... other casually lounging around the camp. Before we knew it the time had come to leave. We took a bunch of pictures of the whole group of us including Kareem and headed out.

      As if it had been organized just for us (and Susan and Allison would say it was!), there was an elephant family right next to the road on our way to the airstrip. Moms and babies including one that was no more than 3 months old because he could still walk UNDER his mom's belly. He was ...

      Day 29: Monday is NOT funday

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 01, 2014

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      Andy: today is Monday and I have to go to school. Horrible memories resurfaced of double maths at my old school. As I stumped into class I hoped I could just get a seat at the back, avoid the teachers gaze, and get some sleep. But unfortunately this time I'M the teacher. I look into their sleepy eyes and I'm reminded just how boring school is. Today ...