Arusha Travel Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... over the items we'd brought with us, ie the balls, hand sanitiser and all the reusable nappies and inserts. Well, thanks to everyone for your support, because the nappies were EXACTLY what were needed....the nappies they had were so worn....the babies look gorgeous in their new Australian made hippy bottomus nappies!
Michael told us about the finalisation of the land purchase which has been in progress for a couple of months...you know, the paperwork will be finished next ...
... we had visited on orientation day to have a look at the local produce for some souvenirs. When we were satisfied with our purchases, having bartered the prices down to more reasonable amounts from the mzungu prices initially quoted, we returned to Tembo House for dinner. It was a pleasant surprise to not find rice and beans on the table! We had chapati and a lentil stew which was delicious! The remaining few hours of the day were spent shilling with the other ...
... to their lives. The head porter was very thorough showing us our room, pointing to everything explaining this is a mirror, this is a towel etc. etc. Had dinner at the main restaurant. We ordered the 'tasting plate' which turned out to be six courses of full sized menu ...
Lazy day waiting for Sara,. Mike and Stacey to return from there climb, anxious to hear all about it! Weather nicer today. Spent good portion of afternoon sitting by the pool drinking tea! They returned at about 5 pm Mike and Sara thin and Stacey hobbling with a knee the size of a cantaloupe Mike sick from day ...
... City of Nairobi. As we crossed the boarder to Ngorongoro (Name comes from the sound of the bells that the cows here wore around there necks) The scenery also changed but more importantly the people. Here lived the Massai people in different villages forming various tribes. Which we learnt about back at the Bomas of Kenya where we had a tour of the villages there but here got to see it for real and lived in. After climbing ...