Hotel 77

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

Beggars can't be choosers or can they?

A travel blog entry by brazoo on Jul 23, 2014

... As we were negotiating ******* the price of my phone coverage a sweet woman walked up begging for $ for lunch. I wasn't paying attention and gave her a Tanzanian coin for 10 cents. Now if you remember the conversion of a dollar in us being worth 1,600 schillings imagine what 10 cents in schillings is worth - jack squat. She couldn't believe that was all I gave this beggar. So she started to rip me a new one in ...

My lunch with the Maasai

A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on Apr 07, 2014

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... A sleeping bag (no pillow) - The contents of my handbag - A pirate copy of Shantaram - Some malaria pills that I negotiated from a chemist in Nairobi, without a prescription (side effects include depression, hallucinations and psychotic episodes) I've gotten used to the lack of stuff surprisingly quickly, although I would quite possibly literally kill for some aeroguard. I quite like the idea that the vast and wild continent has stripped me bare ...

Serengeti Plains

A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 06, 2014

... its dry apart from odd patches of water, but no signs of life and no other cars about. We head up the bank on the opposite side into forested land and begin to see zebra, and then in the tree lining we spot what we hoped to see, Giraffe! And lots of them! We park up, climb up on the roof and watch. There are two giraffe that are fighting, and its a fascinating sight. They swing their necks low and then into each other trying to knock their opponent over. Then one ...

Day 4 - on the dark continent

A travel blog entry by rbobski on Feb 19, 2014

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... by the lineman with the lights at airport to direct plane to gate. We could see him out the window but the signals he was giving to pilots were not anything we were taught in flight school. Looked like he was doing the YMCA dance. Either that or the signals were in Swahili. Smooth through immigration. Just wanted our $100. The visa picture they took looks like I'm on a most wanted list. But they won't find me in the bush ;) Good breakfast and we are off to Manyara Ranch ...

Tanzanian smiles

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Jan 26, 2014

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... evening, I blew my nose, and black snot smiled back at me, reminding me of the dust and fumes I had been inhaling all day. I had spent the day with a shovel in my hand, and sweat rolling down my neck like the rainfall that past weekend. My services at the Cheti school were no longer required, and I had received a beautiful Maasai cloth as a farewell gift. I said goodbye to the tiny smiles I had tutored for almost three weeks, and decided to continue my time ...

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