The Charity Hotel

Address: Sakina, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Back down to Earth.....

A travel blog entry by annie23 on Aug 21, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... however was far more interesting than we could ever have imagined. The road itself was typically African, dirt, rutted and busy. Along the way we spotted a beauty saloon (yes, correct spelling!) and decided to pop our heads in the doorway and see what was inside. The shop was about 12ft x12ft, had no running water, 2 cracked mirrors a couple of old couches and some plastic chairs...oh, and a hair dryer! There was a lady sitting on the floor just beginning to weave a ...

Jumanne (Tuesday) at Levolosi

A travel blog entry by chargrieco on Aug 19, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... I was shocked by the appearance and general atmosphere of this laboratory and it's apparent lack of infection control measures. However, as I spent more time in the room watching and helping with what they were doing, it became apparent that the processes taking place were efficient and effective despite the surroundings that suggested otherwise. Each person was in charge of one particular test. They could check for many different diagnoses: malaria, HIV, ...

A day inArusha Tanzania

A travel blog entry by bevanddavid on Jul 25, 2014

3 photos

... if you appear wealthy you will be targeted by police/officials and expected to pay to fines or taxes, and once paid it will be ongoing. The school facilities are minimal. Half the class rooms are converted chicken pens. The students are mainly from outlying poor areas and are recommended by local organisations. Some potential students camp outside the gates in the hope they may get the chance to attend. The course at ...

Jambo! Mambo!

A travel blog entry by sarapearce on Jul 14, 2014

2 comments, 3 photos

... later we were ready to head into town. The first hurdle in this trip was getting a daladala, one of the main local forms of transport. Daladala's are minivans with semi-putt putt engines that have been done up with metallic bumper stickers and slogans on the rear windscreen before being completely jam-packed with people. It is not uncommon to see someones bum sticking out of the window of a passing daladala and have a random child plonked on your ...

To Arusha snake park

A travel blog entry by jbknorris on Mar 16, 2014

4 photos

Went from Karen, crossed the border into Arusha, Tanzania. Passed the base of Kilimanjaro and through a town where a flood was very quickly rising! Stayed at snake park, a camp that is very famous as an overlander stopover. The bar jam packed with t shirts, photos and memorabilia from loads of tours that have passed through, from the ...