Briston Hotel

Kaloleni Estate, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Planes and Jeeps and Sleep Alright

A travel blog entry by brazoo on Jul 23, 2014

Finally getting on our plane in Istanbul around 630pm their time we were headed to Kilimanjaro airport for another 7 hour flight. Can't tell you how much I was looking forward to more time in a seat and a numb ass all the way there. I made the Einstein move of wearing a long sleeve shirt and shorts thinking the plane would be super cold overnight and I would need to stay warm. Not the ...

Lake Duluti with the staff from ACTT

A travel blog entry by hilary.bacon.1 on Mar 18, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... seats and we were on our way again.

Our car did a short diversion at Usa River to drop Robert at a bar for what Robert said would be a "short" board meeting for a different organization. This meant Ally then drove our car the rest of the way.

We got to Lake Duluti before Bruno, not surprisingly given the "load" he had on board ...

Ward Tribunal, Shanga, Moshi and more!

A travel blog entry by emdenbigh on Feb 17, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... a stall at a market at Mango Tree (a popular bar and restaurant with the volunteers), where we were able to sell the greeting cards we have been making with the widows these past few weeks. While it was raining in the morning, we had a great time talking to the other stallholders, including another Australian who works at a fantastic organisation called Sew that employs women affected by HIV/AIDS to make bags and purses.

I also saw my third St Jude's bus in town ...

The Start of our Tanzania Experience

A travel blog entry by heatherandpaul on Jan 29, 2014

6 comments, 9 photos

... roads and seemingly much less squalor. Daniel says that is because the Tanzanian government is "somewhat" less corrupt than Kenya and more money goes towards improving the lives of its people. Tarangire game reserve was amazing - never did we think we would see so many elephants in the wild - hundreds! A number of times we had to stop to let entire families cross the road - in front and behind! We also saw a family of Cheetahs as well ...

Day 1 - Arusha

A travel blog entry by mlfabian73 on Jan 11, 2014


... I said good for them but I was going to take it easy. :) It was dark when I arrived so I didn't notice how lovely this place is.

My guide, Mussa just arrived and we're headed for a hike, then lunch ans some shopping this afternoon. Will write more ...


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