Arusha Tourist Inn

P.O. BOX 1530, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

The big 5 - Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jun 25, 2014

Time for the next safari! We left Nairobi bright and early ready for our drive across to Tanzania. After going through the border, which was basic, though not as basic as the one between Uganda and Rwanda, we headed to Arusha, the base that most tourists stay before heading to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. At first glance I was surprised to see that the landscape was quite different to Kenya, drier and hillier, overall more beautiful in my opinion. We ...

Leaving Ilboru and arriving at St Jude's!

A travel blog entry by emdenbigh on Mar 05, 2014

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... driver, but worked ******* his English and now takes tours around both campuses! My room here is so nice, I have a double bed and my own bathroom, which is a bit of a luxury! First, Felix took us to the Junior Library, where we watched a library class. As soon as we walked in, all the students stood up and said 'Good morning visitors! How are you visitors?'. We then walked around campus for a bit and saw the massive kitchens where the cooks prepare both recess and lunch for ...

Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 05, 2014

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... car, so we can hop in the back at any necessary point, and the fire in front to protect from that angle. Out comes the gas burner and we begin with making our first bush dinner. We decide on the emergency food, pasta and sauce as its quick to make and neither of us really want to be outside the car any longer than we have to be, all the while I am constantly moving the flash light from bush to tree, looking for eyes! Once dinner is made, we hurriedly pack up ...


A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on Jan 30, 2014

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... were not allowed to live together in family units so a generation of slaves would be purchased and pass away and new ones would need to be purchased as there was no new generation. A church now stands on the site of what used to be the slave market. We ventured into the fish market which I did for the experience not necessarily for pleasure. The smells and sights were something else. We enjoyed a spice tour on the island seeing where different things come from including ...


A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Jan 17, 2014

3 comments, 79 photos

... resume teaching at the school. This last week has been great, and it is hard to think that I am already half way done my time in Tanzania! The atmosphere here is like nothing I have ever experiences before, and is proving to be a good warm up for India. The poverty is very real, and it is not safe to even take pictures in town, as tempting as it might be. I have really been cherishing my time here, and meeting all the lovely people from around the world, and the locals ...