We left Nairobi Kenya on 21/06/2017 at 1.00 pm, a group of 260 adults for a retreat in Arusha Tanzania which is our neighboring country.
A distance of 290 Kms, we used road transport so that we can enjoy the sceneries along the way, immediately we entered the Tanzania soil I noted the vegetation was very scarce and wondered if we just entered Kalahari Desert.
As we continued the vegetation cover started to improve as you can see below.
We continued with our journey and things now started looking green as you can see below.
Finally we reached our destination and checked in at NGURDOTO MOUNTAIN LODGE.
Checking in at the hotel, the hotel is located at the slopes of Mt Meru in Tanzania and therefore it is quite cold here compared with my town in Kenya.
Hotel Site map
As the place is near the mountain there are many water springs and therefore vegetation is ever green around this place.
Although swimming pool facility is offered freely and I love swimming I did not dare jump into the pool considering the temperatures was quite low and therefore decided to be a domestic tourist around the swimming pool.
The hotel covers over 100 hectares of land and therefore going to the rooms is quite a distance and hence facilitation is done using these motors.
Team building and sports was well catered for.
I decided to do Goal Keeper for my team and within no time I injured my leg and became a spectator.
The rooms are spacious and user friendly.
After 3 days and 3 nights it is now time to check out.
Already fallen in love with this place as you can see from the faces and looking forward to coming back here again.
I also got an opportunity to meet one of my blog follower who has ordered MK-328 multi-component tester and delivered to his friend since he was not around that time.
Later emailed me to say that he received the tester and its helping him a lot in his workshop and also wanted to direct him to a link to myonline store to order more items... (Nashukuru nimepokea kifaa changu. Kina nisaidia sana ubarikiwezaidi.Naomba link yakuona vifaa zaidi unavyo uza)
People of Tanzania use Kiswahili as their national language and that is why you can see words in blanket which sounds like Greek.