Arusha Safari Lodge

Address: Old Moshi Rd, Arusha, Tanzania | Spa
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    (day 64/121) Rest Day 15 (Arusha) (FRIDAY)

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 13, 2015

    139 photos

    ... water tank, and also took a fancy to a large bower of tree right above his tent. He woke up to bits of branches crashing down onto the tent, looked out and there was a massive elephant’s leg stood in the gap between his open fly-sheet and his inner tent - very carefully placed there. In his underpants, and whimpering ‘Help, help’ he made a quick exit via the other side of his tent and met up with Kevin who had heard the very weak ...

    Our Kumbuka Adventure

    A travel blog entry by mrsspike on Jan 09, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... to try and find a way to help them again in the future.

    Sadly, we had nearly reached the end of our adventure. On the final day we went back to Sanawari, this time carrying an assortment of more small gifts and items for the school, and the clothing we opted to leave behind. The highlight of this visit was the near riot when we gave out the balloons! Sammy had warned Paul not to blow one up and throw it in the school, which is precisely what he did. The ensuing stampede ...


    A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 14, 2014

    36 photos

    ... the hippo lake. The hippos were super far away and in the water but one came out so it was cool to see. We drove around for a while looking for elephants but we couldn't seem to find any. Suddenly we saw some ears moving in the distance. We drove off after watching for a while as he was hidden to well and as we left Taylor saw one down this road. We sped down and came across 4 elephants so close we could reach out and touch them if we're were allowed. One was young and another ...

    Day 69: how to interact via mime

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 11, 2014

    1 photo

    ... The truck had to go in for a service this morning and we also welcomed ten new people to the truck, so breakie this morning was abit chaotic. There was also a gret big divide in the group between the old and new. Anyways we went to the Masai market for a spot if shopping this morning and I got a few things including a beach bag which I had been wanting to get since we left Arusha, so it was totally meant to be. Then we went to the supermarket, Nakumat and bought the ...

    Day 41: Bored of the dance

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 13, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... the cutest as they showed us how they can count in English, so cute. Then we saw the weirdest performance I've ever seen. The class on 12/13 year olds got up and some had covered themselves in coal, presumably to look black, but they already are. Then they announced that they were HIV and AIDS. Then they "killed" two students and "buried" them and were shouting that they were the evil killed disease etc. Very strange performance and ...