Sal Salinero Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... awake at 6am, for such a small town they sure do make a lot of noise early in the morning, they seem to be able to make every noise possible. Anyways a little later I was reunited with dad once again in a random hotel lobby, which seems to be the way with us. Later on we had a wander around Moshi, got followed by two fellows, who really weren't great salesmen as it took one of them 2 blocks and the other 3 blocks of following us before they actually showed us ...
... just got a tattoo of my recent Tanzanian lover on my arm which is now infected and puss is present. Decided that Im staying here in the incredibly beautiful city of Moshi. Send me my results love K xxx (hope your all well lol)
Annabel: JAMBO (or Mambo if we’re being informal about it), just sitting in front of Kili waiting to go to the Ngorogoroorororro wearing my dashing safari shirt and walking shorts, so sassy. Fingers crossed the whole team makes it up Kili, ...
... tourism on animal health and behavior, and negative interactions between humans and wildlife. The Mweka instructors were very impressed with the confidence and knowledge displayed by the students.
It's hard to believe we're done with classes here at Mweka! This course has covered so much valuable information, and it's gone by too quickly. After the final exam tomorrow, we're off on safari to see all we've learned in ...
... we'll be seeing. The lecture included a visit to Major Kinloch Hall (museum of big game at CAWM), to illustrate some of the points about trophic levels of various wildlife, and resource partitioning. Jordana treated us to a lecture after lunch about elephant social structure, communication, and behavior, and described her research on non-invasive methods for endocrine ...
... that they didn't have camping anymore, but they did have rooms at $70 for B&B for 2. However we wanted to camp as our tents were wet from the Crater, so rushed on to the next town Marangu where it was said that they had camping. We arrived and stupidly didn't ask to see the camping site first and paid our 20800 shillings per couple. When we were shown the site, we discovered that there ...