SG Resort Hotel

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

Safari time

A travel blog entry by leonajim

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It seemed like a good time to leave Zanzibar as we woke to a wet morning which did not improve.
Our taxi to the airport arrived - thankfully we had asked the hotel to organise one for us which meant we did not have to walk down the street to find one.
At the airport we found that due to the rain there were major delays in flights departing …

Maji ya Chai School and Kili Film Institute

A travel blog entry by hilary.bacon.1

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After about an hour we left and headed on towards Arusha to the offices of the Kilimanjaro Film Institute. These are the guys that are making some promotional films for ACTT. Robert had hoped they had finished the Mobile Lab film but it wasn't quite ready so we will collect it on Saturday.




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Hakuna matata

A travel blog entry by wanderlust83

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... and is at the end of a round the world trip. Nick is from Melbourne but is moving to Germany soon after this trip to work as a scientist. Our tour leader is Patrick from Kenya, who I have since nicknamed Paddy and it seems to be sticking! Our fantastic cook is Wilson and our hero of a driver is Kim, I say this as every one of our camp meals has been a treat and we have not yet become lambs to the slaughter on these treacherous roads littered with minefields ...

We're alive!!

A travel blog entry by sarahvale

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... a new born wildebeest taking its first steps...the list goes on. You may as well call us the David Attenborough's of Africa! 2. Camping under the stars. Every night we pitched our tents in a different location, including the Masai Mara reserve, the Serengeti (where hyenas were laughing right outside our tents, and we were warned not to exit because lions and elephants would be roaming around), and the ngorogoro (?) crater. Every night was clear and thousands of stars watched ...

The cold, the scrambling, the euphoria…

A travel blog entry by smacrae

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... of hours rest (and more food) we made the descent to Miriakambe huts. Everyone was tired and glad to be back in the comfort of a camp with 'real' toilets.

I felt great. The only down-side was the loss of my little toe nail on my right foot (hazard of rock scrambling) and a couple of blisters on the balls of my feet - I lanced them and applied some blister packs - so hopefully, these will be in good shape for Kilimanjaro tomorrow.
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