Hotel 77

P.O.Box 1184, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

The big 5 - Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by lottieuganda

... on and saw buffalo and a sleeping rhino and then finally a male lion with a big mane and he seemed to be stalking a buffalo, this could be good! Sadly he didn't pounce while we were there, he would've needed back up from the lionesses as buffalo are hard to kill being so big and strong. We drove off and thinking that would be our highlight were happy with the day, but it had not ended... Our last big sighting turned out to be three fully grown ...

Hot air ballooning and a dream come true!

A travel blog entry by linziprytz

4

I cant quite believe this day has arrived, its 04:00 in the morning and I have no problem waking. I have been dreaming about this for soooo long, hot air ballooning over the Serengeti! We are getting picked up at 05:00 and driven to the launch site. We are about to jump down from the tent, when we hear lion roar, and they are close, very close! We glance at each other and without a word decide to stay in the tent until the guy comes to pick us up, its still pitch black ...

Leaving Ilboru and arriving at St Jude's!

A travel blog entry by emdenbigh

20

... tours of the art and music classrooms, we went to the boarding houses and visited the boarding room sponsored by my family, Simba B! It was so fantastic to see it in the flesh after lots of photos! I then sat in on a history lesson for Form 4 (Year 10) students, who were learning about why Ghana gained independence before other African countries - the curriculum is so different here! I sat next to a girl called Eunice, and she took me down to lunch after class. After lunch, I ...

Tanzania

A travel blog entry by jennifersarah

51

... could eat. My favourite moment was we got to see part of a Wildebeest giving birth! First we could see a group of Wildebeest running to join another group and then they started to form a protective circle around a Wildebeest who it turned out was in labor. We saw two hooves sticking out, watched some other things come out (I won't go into detail and gross you out). We never saw the actual delivery as the herd moved away due to hyenas coming close. We also saw rhino closer than ...

Day 8: Mweka Hut- 3100m to Park Gate- 1640m

A travel blog entry by sarah85

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We all woke feeling pretty stiff and sore this morning! I had a good stretch before breakfast which helped. Our porters had woken early and had their music going again- we enjoyed some more Celine Dion, some 90s hits and plenty of Bob Marley. We set off downhill after breakfast. The path to the park gate is well maintained but unrelentingly downhill- my knees were pretty unhappy after only half an hour! I caught a glimpse of ...

 

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