The Charity Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Safari

A travel blog entry by mark-bowes

3
15

... a guy was pulling on its horns trying to get it out. It was probably one of the funniest things I have seen.


So we left arusha on Sunday morning and drove a few hours to a village near lake manyara. We headed to a banana plantation, which was basically a selling tour. The camp was really nice where the tents had been set up for us. After a bit of rest we headed to lake manyara for a game drive. We saw a few things but nothing ...

Hot air ballooning and a dream come true!

A travel blog entry by linziprytz

4

... of the migration. The pilot sees a good spot and we make our landing amongst the zebra. The cars have been following us from the ground, driving off road, they park up making a safe circle around the balloon so we can get out. There is always a sense of security when you are with other people, but really, we are in the middle of the migration which is a magnet for predators. Our pilot pops open the traditional bottle of champagne after the flight and we toast to a ...

A Tiny Airstrip and a Buffalo Hunter

A travel blog entry by nomadictendency

3

... the plane onto the tarmac you are greeted by the greenest of fields and huge, distant mountain ranges. The scenery brings an instant smile to your face and you find yourself breathing a little deeper. You intuitively know that this is something different, special. There isn't much to the Arusha Airport. It is literally a room occupied by both arriving and departing passengers who compete for limited seating in the hard plastic chairs or on the floor, or for standing room along ...

Update from Arusha

A travel blog entry by emdenbigh

10

... Maasai women and children surrounded us and looped beaded bracelets on our arms. It was an incredible day.

On Sunday, we celebrated Australia Day with all the other volunteers. We went to the local pub and watched Wawrinka beat Nadal and we taught everyone how to play AFL, which was a fun experience! Nearly one month into my stay,and I am still loving ...

Tanzania

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick

3
79

... and the pilots were beginning to descend. The Kilimanjaro Airport was unlike any I had other seen, the floors were made from wood, and not a single electronic sign was visible. All of the employees greeted me with huge smiles and wishes of happy new year! After collecting my belongings, Stella, one of the placement managers, was outside waiting to meet with me. Due to arriving at two in the morning, she was wearing her pajamas, and the driver was taking a nap when we ...

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