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Sep 26

Our Honeymoon: Arusha, Tanzania

arusha - 9

OTHER POSTS FROM THIS TRIP:
BUBUBU | STONE TOWN 
DAR ES SALAAM | THE SERENGETTI 

When planning our honeymoon in Tanzania, we were fairly confident that the Serengeti was going to be the highlight of the whole shebang (note: we were not wrong), which is why we saved it for last. But we also knew that we’d likely want a day or two to really slow down and do virtually nothing before heading back to real life. 

arusha - 1  {on the Arusha airstrip}arusha - 8 {en route to our hotel}

We ended up spending two nights in Arusha before heading home, and while we originally had big plans to check out Mount Kilimanjaro, maybe take a day trip to the Ngorongoro crater or the Kikuletwa hot springs, after almost three weeks touring around Africa, we were ready to do a whole lot of nothing.

arusha - 2  {in my happy place}arusha - 3  {this little guy joined us for breakfast each morning}arusha - 6 arusha - 5 {the lodge was surrounded by a coffee plantation}

We ultimately spent the last two nights hanging out in our hotel, drinking champagne, and lounging by the pool. And while a former version of myself would have been devastated by the idea of missing the aforementioned activities, the last two days were pretty special in their own right. Plus, I know with certainty that we’re not done with Tanzania, and we will absolutely be back to re-explore. 

arusha - 10 arusha - 11arusha - 12 arusha - 14
arusha - 15{our beautiful hotel room}
arusha - 7 {the tip of Mount Kilimanjaro, from the plane ride home}

Thank you so much for following along on my honeymoon diaries! I hope you enjoyed them as much as I enjoyed recapturing everything. 

[break]ps: If you missed it, and are interested, I did save all of my Tanzainia stories under an instagram highlight (which you can check out here). 

To read past travel posts, head over here!  | To read part I of our honeymoon diaries, head over here!, for part II, head over here!, for part III you can find it right here, and part IV is here!

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  1. Wow! Wow! So many beautiful photos and memories to go with them!

  2. Patricia Simon says:

    Just loved the little guy at breakfast.
    Thank you so much for showing us your lovely pictures.
    I truly would love to go to Tanzania.

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