Hotel 77

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

Chips and rice...

A travel blog entry by lauraalice on Jan 24, 2015

... start a proper timetable teaching English, maths and science. The class sizes are not quite as monitored as in England with two of the classes at the school having over 60 children in! (With one teacher and a teaching assistant). Even the nursery section has 30 in a class with one teacher! Anyway that's I have time for now, lessons to plan! Will try and post next Saturday if I have chanceBye bye x

We are really in Africa!

A travel blog entry by jcperry01 on Oct 30, 2014

10 comments, 78 photos

... are very plentiful. We saw lots of women carrying goods on their heads, lots of folks carrying heavy loads on bicycles and walking with 5 gallon buckets of water that they had walked miles to fetch. There were very thin cows, donkeys and goats grazing for what they could find along the side of the road. The children walk miles through dense forest and over unpacked paths to go to school.

One of Dean's requests when we planned our trip was to take a hike ...

Day 47: journey through hell

A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 19, 2014

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... filmed lions climbing up the gorge walls, wild lions too, awesomely funny. Then we had a nice picnic lunch and cycled back pondering whether to go out on the boat in search of hippos, so we did and saw loads of hippos along the shore and some cool birds. Then we tucked into a lovely BBQ before heading to bed for some well earned sleep zzzzz PS tonight we saw two hippos on the lawn out the front of our tents, luckily there is an electric fence between ...

Day 24: getting schooled

A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 27, 2014

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Andy: so today I attempted to teach the older kids English. However after a short time I was usurped by an American lady who insisted on calling a full stop a 'period'. I despise her. Full stop. She also told a kid how to spell colour wrong. She is not helping. I also tried teaching maths. I was like 'anyone know how to 'add'?' Then another American told me they were dividing decimals by fractions. So I sat down. And learnt how to divide ...

Ngorongoro Crater Game Drive

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 20, 2014

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... last evening with our departing tour mates over a cold drink. Later on we were summoned to join our new "truck mates" and enjoy a BBQ together. Our two groups sat separately so there was instant division. Joe introduced himself to everyone, but only a few quiet words were spoken from our TEMPORARY guide. No introduction at all. The only thing he did make clear (and loud) was the fact of seat rotation. What?! This was when the head banging between the ...

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