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  • 10. Mount KilimanjaroWe arrived at the Aishi Machame hotel in Moshi later than expected (the brochure said it would be a 40 minute trip to Moshi from the airport and it was actually over 2 hours). The room was basic but Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 29, 2019
  • 9. SerengetiThe view of the Serengeti was not what I expected when we were flying over it. The section of the park where the airstrip was had controlled fires the week before, so everything was scorched. But before we Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 29, 2019
  • 7. Ngorongoro Conservation Area and CraterWe flew to the Lake Manyara airport and drove to The Manor at Ngorongoro on the Shangrila coffee plantation. This place was built in the dutch style and is very lux. The dinners served are garden to table Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 29, 2019
  • 8. Lake Manyara National Park KenyaAfter the opportunity to sleep in for a change, we left the Manor at 8:30am to head to Lake Manyara. This park is known for its tree climbing lions, but we did not see any this trip. It Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 29, 2019
  • 6. Arusha then on to Tarangire National Park Tanzania===Transfer to Tanzania: === We were so appreciative that Sammy stayed with us while we dealt with customs at the border between Kenya and Tanzania. We would have been lost. Especially since in Kenya English is the official language, Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 18, 2019
  • die ungewissheit bei grenzuebertritten im hafen erfuhr ich dass diesen freitag wirklich ein boot faehrt. die Liemba die ueber jahrzehnte zwischen Mpulungu (Sambia) und Kigoma (Tansania) schipperte faehrt seit einem jahr nicht mehr. kein wunde Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Oct 1, 2019
  • Rules of the Road[float=left][/float]A few hundred metres ah Posted by askgudmundsen in Southern Africa Road Blog | Sep 28, 2019
  • Why am I doing this again?[float=right][/float]After five hours of driving, I’m rolling into Morogoro, 200 km west of Dar es Salaam Posted by askgudmundsen in Southern Africa Road Blog | Sep 25, 2019
  • New Blog: SOUTHERN Africa Road Blog[float=right][/float]I’ve got a dumb idea. Fun, exciting, but dumb! Why not drive, the small 110cc motorcycle that I’ve been driving for Posted by askgudmundsen in Southern Africa Road Blog | Sep 9, 2019
  • Zanzibar: Day 5Friday 30 August 2019 We all met for breakfast at 8am and at 9am we set off to find a taxi. The plan for today was to visit Jozani Forest and the butterfly centre. The cost to book a tour just Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 30, 2019
  • Zanzibar: Day 4Thursday 29 August 2019 I met Jude for breakfast at 8am. Jen needed a sleep in today. Breakfast was huge – we were given a tray with fruit, fruit juice, muesli, yoghurt, toast, jam and honey. Then we were offered eggs, Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 30, 2019
  • Zanzibar: Day 3Wednesday 28 August 2019 I didn’t have a very good sleep last night. I woke up around 3am with asthma … I think the room has been used by smokers. It was also very hot and stuffy – my aircon was Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 27, 2019
  • Zanzibar: Day 2Thursday 27 August 2019 We started the day with breakfast in the restaurant overlooking the clear blue water. What a great way to start the day. We were supposed t be picked up at 9am but the guide was Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 27, 2019
  • Zanzibar: Day 1Monday 26 August 2019 Today was total bliss. A free day to do whatever I wanted. It was lovely to get up when I wanted and have breakfast when I wanted – I still woke up at 4am but I had Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 26, 2019
  • Bagamoyo and ZanzibarSaturday 24 August 2019 One of those long travel days. I was up before 5am, breakfast was at 5.30 and we were packed up and underway just after 6am. The day started out overcast and began to rain along the way, with Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 25, 2019
  • Back to ArushaFriday 23 August 2019 We were all sad that we had to leave the lovely Kudu Lodge, but feeling very lucky that we got to spend three nights there. Today was a short travel day back to Arusha where we will rejoin Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 23, 2019
  • Tarangire National ParkThursday 22 August 2019 Today was amazing! The itinerary for today was a walk to the elephant caves – where elephants go looking for salt (I think) and then relaxing in the afternoon. But Jude, Jen and I realised this was Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 22, 2019
  • Ngorongoro CraterWednesday 21 August 2019 Breakfast at 7am and at 7.30am we departed in two safari vehicles for our trip to the Ngorongoro Crater. Freddy was our driver for the day. The jewel in Ngorongoro's crown is a deep, volcanic crater, the largest Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 21, 2019
  • KaratuTuesday 20 August 2019 Today the group was divided into two. A camping trip to Serengeti National Park was offered as an optional at a huge price of $1,500. We are with the half that decided to continue with the included Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 20, 2019
  • 5 Days Tanzania luxury Lodge SafariDay 0: Arrival Day Upon your arrival at Kilimanjaro International / Arusha Airport our driver will pick and transfer you to TULIA LODGE in Arusha for an overnight. Meals: Bed and Breakfast Accommodation: Tulia Lodge [img=https://photos.travellersp Posted by LekenAdventure in 5 Days Tanzania luxury Lodge Safari | Aug 20, 2019
  • ArushaMonday 19 August 2019 I packed up, had breakfast and met with the new group to fill in paperwork for the next leg of the truck tour. We departed around 7.30am and the traffic in Nairobi was moving slowly. When we Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 19, 2019
  • Week 822/07/19 It took 7 hours to reach Dar es Salaam. We started with jumpers on in the Usambara hills and ended with a strong desire to become Matilda and open every last bus window with the power of our eyes. We’ve Posted by katiebeckett in Returning to Africa 2019 | Jul 29, 2019
  • Week 608/07/19 We left Arusha at 8/8.30 and headed to Moshi, the town at the base of Mt Kilimanjaro. The bus we got on did about 3-4 laps of the bus station as it filled up. I’ve really no idea why. Maybe Posted by katiebeckett in Returning to Africa 2019 | Jul 13, 2019
  • Week 501/07/19 Pinch punch! The best word to describe today is ‘long’. We woke up at 5 and had left our happy room in Comfort Lodge by half past. It was pitched black outside and pretty cold. We fumbled our way back Posted by katiebeckett in Returning to Africa 2019 | Jul 12, 2019
  • Climbing KilimanjaroOverview… So many likes, so many comments. Our photo from the roof of Africa was a hit, at least in our limited social media circles. Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro? Easy. Or, so our beaming smiles underneath the famous sign suggested. [img=https://p Posted by Patrick H. in Patrick Hillman's Travels | Jul 2, 2019
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