Rich Hotel

Address: Market Street, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Jumatano (Wednesday) at Levolosi

A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 20, 2014

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... needed a blood test. I took the girl to the lab for her blood test and distracted her while they took it, then helping her afterwards to press the cotton wool down hard to stop it bleeding. I was surprised when the lady taking her blood took out a rubber glove and tied it around her arm as a tourniquet! I played with her while the doctor explained to the mother that the bloods would be sent off to Dar Es Salaam to be tested but that it wouldn't be for ...

No your never going to see it

A travel blog entry by brazoo on Jul 24, 2014

... went down to have breakfast at our hotel and Heather came prepared to pass the test of our waitress on her Swahili phrases she taught us from the day prior. Heather answered correctly and then we proceeded with breakfast and preparing for our day trip. Today it was our intent of going out to Mt. Kilimanjaro and seeing it from the road, taking photographs, etc because our flights in and out of Africa usually occur in ...

Apparently we're not seeing it either

A travel blog entry by travelsake on Jul 24, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... outside observer. The sheer volume of traffic and pedestrians in Arusha is massive.

The streets are crammed with vehicles, the sidewalks crammed with people and behind it all is building after building after building. It almost appears to be one non-stop structure with different store fronts every 10 feet, selling anything imaginable. I’m not sure how all the various shops stay in business; it seems to be the same type of store repeated on every street. ...

Second week in hospital

A travel blog entry by linzers on Apr 19, 2014

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... that we forgot to buy rice, so pasta and ragu it was. Hannah described our hospital perfectly on friday morning as we left for the weekend. "It is like living in a hug." One of the ladies cleaning the paths asked if we were off for safari and wished us a wonderful trip to Arusha. Sadly the rain is not easing up this morning, but we hope it will before we head for our lunch with Charlie and Sarah this afternoon. ...

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 ...