My practical observations of hotels on the tour, July 2014. ELECTRICAL OUTLETS in SOME OF YOUR HOT

AFRICA HOTEL NOTES
DULUTI. Lunch and Dinner about $18 each for a 4 course, choice of 4 entres including a vegetarian. Nicely cooked, sensible size portions. Hairdryer-yes. ( You will find this on the desk to use there) Several outlets for charging electrics 240 vault 3 oblong pins type of plug, British type. No outlets in bathroom, pretty typical for any country with 240 vault electrics. Bathroom, large with plenty of towel rails. Laundry, returned in about 3 hours, nicely done. If you attempt to wash your own laundry, it is still very wet after 24 hours, even thin underwear, resorted to drying with hairdryer. Bed, very firm mattress, plenty of good pillows. Room cleaned well, turn-down service including putting mosquito nets around bed, which enclosed night stands and desk. Staff will open windows during day, have screens and security bars so can be left open. In room safe- yes. No ATM at this hotel.
2 bottles of water provided in room per day, not enough. But this was during our pre-tour part of the stay. Tea and coffee making facilities in room.

KIKOTI CAMP. Small camp, 18 large tents on stilts. Comfortable big beds. Mosquito netting. Large rustic shower, double sink and regular toilet. Plenty of very hot water that is heated by a fire in some location on the site. ( Revised no hot water on second morning!) You may find you are woken early morning by the smell of fire, it's the fire getting started to heat your water. Electric lighting but only half the tents have any outlets for appliances at the present time. Oblong 3 pin, British style.There is no electricity in the tents at all during the day until about 6pm. No hairdryers at all. Did not have one with me to see if it would work with the outlets in our tent. There is a central charging station in the lodge area. Rooms do not have keys, no need. Must be escorted to rooms any time it is dark. Tents very spread out along quite sandy paths, so like walking along a beach in areas. Suggest having closed toe shoes, dark color if you are concerned about the appearance of you foot wear. Mosquito net.
The staff will do your laundry, but it is all done by hand and dried outside, put your laundry in the basket provided, a full basket costs $20, one item costs $20. This is the place to avoid doing laundry.
Food buffet style, good choice and taste. Friendly staff. No ATM of course, no phones, no TV. Wifi at reception, so so. Whistle in the room to blow in case of emergencies at night.
You can get a wake up call---someone will knock with your choice of hot drink.
Tip--rooms have screened windows, no curtains, you could be seen if you have you light on in the tent and it is dark outside. Noise also travels far at night in tents!
This hotel only accepts cash. Dollars fine.

SERENA NGORONGORO
Lots of steps down to rooms, lots, no elevator. Very cold-we are here in July 7000+ feet! Nice rooms overlooking crater rim! I think the rooms have been renovated since our last stay. good sized bathroom! big shower. No conditioner again, good hairdryer. Radiator in bathroom, so good chance of drying your smalls overnight. Choice of outlets in bathroom, shape or voltage! Plenty of 3 oblong pin outlets in bedroom, British style. No mosquito net provided at this hotel, it is too high in elevation for mosquito problems.
The staff will put a hot water bottle in your bed at turndown, don't freak out when you see a lump in your bed! No ATM. NO TV. Phone- yes. Wi-if in room but not always able to connect or slow. Texting appears to be the most reliable way in general to communicate in Tanzania so far. Food, buffet or service. 24 hour tea and coffee in lobby. Gift shop, poor variety of gifts

SERENA SERENGETI
Lots of steps everywhere, no elevators. Separate thatched roof huts spread out. Comfortable and clean.Wifi in room, pretty good service. Plenty of outlets, including one that accepts multiple country plugs. Hairdryer, phone. No TV. Safe-yes. Mosquito netting. Windows to open and fan on desk. Good shower. No electric in the afternoon until 5-30pm, not sure whether this always happens. Nice swimming pool but really cold! Buffet style food service, well cooked and fantastic choices. Must get escort to rooms during darkness-- security arrives really quickly to escort you. Again, not a very good gift shop. No ATM. In- room safe.

KIRAWIRA SERENA
Extremely luxurious. Wifi best yet but only in Reception area and by the pool. No safe in room, use one at reception. There is money exchange but did not use. Dining--full table service, great menu even home made ice cream. Champagne included at breakfast.Tent rooms, fantastic, more mahogany than you could believe even in bathroom. Plenty of outlets, British style 3 pin oblong prongs. Hairdryer, Still no conditioner but razor and toothbrush! Telephone in room and emergency/panic button by bed. Large floor fan to aid cooling the tent, but comfortable anyway because of the many 'windows in the tents. Mosquito net. Own tent valet. Wake up call with coffee/tea/hot chocolate and muffin. Require escort to and from tents after dark. Much more handicap friendly for steps, apart from in pool area.
We had a massage each, excellent and at least half what you might pay say in the Caribbean. Awoken about 5am first night by nearby buffalo on the path and a blood curdling scream, did not hear anyone had come to harm, plenty of security men around property.
A small flashlight is invaluable for walking the pathways at night in addition to the one the security guard carries, this is true for all the hotels. Some of the walkways are 'Crazy paving' style-- I hope this is also the way Americans describe this sort of pathway.

Zanzibar Serena Hotel
Set right on beach, smallish rooms, older bathrooms but woohoo first hotel with conditioner! Plenty of outlets 3 prong oblong pin British style. Wifi in room, good. Hairdryer. A/C. In room safe. Ate in Lower restaurant for non-included dinner, very good but quite expensive. Telephone in room. Television. Mosquito net
As has been all trip, lots of steps you can't avoid.

Comments

  • British,
    Now your post is the kind I like!!
    Thorough and informative. Thanks :)
  • Most useful!
    "regular toilet". … what a relief!
    "whistle for emergencies" …. glad it wouldn't be down to me to pucker up!
    "Tip--rooms have screened windows, no curtains, you could be seen if you have you light on in the tent and it is dark outside. Noise also travels far at night in tents!" … struth! That could be entertaining…….
    "blood curdling scream" …. hyena, possibly?… but who's logical at a time like that?

    Very practical stuff. Your professional training is showing, British. ;))

    Cheers,

    Jan
  • edited July 2014
    Hi Jan, the scream was human, in fact the security guards were very jumpy the next night, darting their flashlights into the bushes with much more regularity, several of us noticed that. Some of our group had buffaloes at the side of their tents and one had an elephant.
    As far as no curtains at windows, this is going to be TMI for some, but as we always sleep in the buff, it was an issue for us! And anyway, even though the showers and toilet are private, the remainder of the bathroom, by the sinks, there are windows,no curtains, so anyone can be seen before they get in the shower when there is a light on. As you need a light on to get to the bathroom both morning because of the early start, and night , I assume that the security men get quite a treat when they regularly walk by the tents each time. When we were escorted back to our tent from dinner the first night we could see very clearly into every tent as the turndown staff leave the lights on for you. As Tanguire is definitely number one on two for the most beautiful parks in either the K and T tour or the Tanzania tour, I would not take this camp off the itinerary, they can easily add curtains like the other camp
  • I think we all have some safari stories that can, possibly should, only be recounted after the mists of time have converted the horrors of reality into myth. :-0

    Cheers,

    Jan
  • Fab review British - now if you could just do one like that for Elegant South Africa trip !
  • You might be able to do something similar to what we do at hotels to keep out light when the drapes won't close tightly- we always take a few clothes pins to hold the edges of the drapes tightly together (we also use them to hang up laundry.)

    If there is a curtain rod or some sort of edge along the top or sides of the window where you could attach a clothespin, it might work holding a towel or just a newspaper over the window.
  • Fab review British - now if you could just do one like that for Elegant South Africa trip !


    What do you want to know? Let's see what I can remember about details, I did not do the forum then. Loved this trip and it is still exactly the same as when we did it!
  • Hi

    Thanks for inviting questions.

    Going on Sept 5th. Wondering if it is much hotter at Krueger and Victoria Falls than CapeTown. Are the game drives really rough riding on the tush and back - perhaps an inflatable cushion? Do you remember plug configurations - double round prong ? Any flat 3 prong British type? Any transformers needed for electronics chargers? Assuming hairdryers everywhere?
    Flashlights?

    I guess I'll have to take a recorded blood curdling scream, if I want the full "wild" effect of your trip.

    Bug repellent clothing?

    Do you need additional immunization if you go over bridge at the falls - read somewhere you do, if you want to get back into S Africa? I will be doing the oral typhoid vaccine and also malaria pills.

    That's the 'short list' :-)
  • Hello Sunny C
    Just in case you are not fully familiar with the Tauck website, if you go to the page for the Elegant SA tour, you will find a tab 'Before You Go' if you go into that, it gives weather, temps for all the places you visit. It usually gives max and minimum temps and even rainfall. You will see that Cape Town in Sept is 66 F Kruger 73 and vF 91. Perhaps Tauck are nervous to tell you that even in September it can be really quite cold in the early morning in Kruger, so remember to do layers. I went in An August so it will be similar. I think it's a good time to go, I am quite into world weather and geography since my high school Geography in the Uk, Cape Town has funky weather, can't remember the specifics but that also makes September a good time to go. The tab also tells you about electrics, all round pin here, 3 and 2 pin. Pretty sure hairdryers everywhere. Another thing I do is check the Accommodation tab, if I cannot find everything there, I go to the actual website for the hotel and there is often much more specific details. If you intend on going early on any tour that is also a place that will give you ideas about local things to see and do. You should not need transformers for anything, camera, iPad, cell phone should all be fine with just an adapter. Use their hairdryers, not your own to save agro and space in packing. Curling irons can be troublesome, check out yours if you intend to use.
    Bug repellent clothing-- for this past trip to Tanzania we bought the Premethrin spray and just sprayed around the necks wrists and lower legs of our clothing, otherwise we would have had to buy loads of the stuff.
    Bridge over the falls-- do you mean into Zambia not SA? Don't think you will be allowed to go all the way. my husband did the zip line, you go half way only and then you are hauled back. Just checked with hubby. No not allowed over!
    Bumpy rides! The vehicles in SA are very different to East Africa. You will be in two private game reserves, plus going out into Kruger for some of the time. You will go 'off Road" yes really off road, the vehicles will drive right into trees which will conveniently bend over and then spring right back up afterwards, you will be dodging bushes right near the trucks. It's awesome, you will survive, but I suppose how much padding your tush has!
    If you have read any of my previous posts you will know I am very keen on all vaccines and Malaria meds!
    Recommend going early to Cape Town , going to Kirstenbosch Gardens and the Christian Barnard Museum making food use of the two free Cape Grace BMW cars, they will take and pick you up from Kirstenbosch. Great gift shop there.
  • Hi British
    Thanks so much for detailed answer - I had read about the temp variance, but I guess i guess I just needed verification since it seemed to be quite a difference. Can you use a two prong round in the three prong receptacle - I know that may sound dumb, but of course the three is the ground in the US , so a two can be put in most 3 receptacles.

    And you cleared up the bridge into Zambia issue for me - thanks

    I also bought the Permethrin spray - good idea about only doing the perimeters and legs of clothing which touch the skin.

    Am going into Cape Town a day early - no way to get to Cape Town from California sensibly in less than about 30 hrs. Reserved a 'day' room at hotel at Heathrow for layover time.

    I have read some of your other posts - you are a great help top all of us.
  • Sunnycalifornia,

    How are you flying to Cape Town and on what airline? I am planning on taking a 3 nt safari prior to the trip and arrive at the Livingston a day before the tour starts due to the flt schedule. I am just curious how you are flying. I am in San Diego .

    Susan
  • Sunnycalifornia,

    Oops, you are on a different tour than I am...sorry for the post that doesn't make sense..hehe
  • edited July 2014
    Sunny C, yikes, it's Saturday night and I am just enjoying a glass of wine after waving goodbye to our nine month old grandson. We are just about to start reviewing and choosing which of our Tanzania photos to go into a photo book and I made the mistake of going into the Tauck forum! Take two adapters just in case, you don't want to mess with 240 vault electricity, it gives you more of a punch if you get a shock!
    Let's shift this discussion into the Elegant SA forum or we are going to confuse people. Feel free to ask more questions but do so in that forum and I'll look out for them. Ah, what a lovely day it has been!
  • Hi

    I agree - will move this posting to "Elegant" posts if more info is needed
  • Hi Susan
    Just fyi - I am flying nonstop San Francisco BA to London ( 11 hrs) Then an 8 hr layover to rest up in hotel, and further flying out BA directly into Cape Town ( 11 hours nonstop)
  • Sunny C I am wondering if it is worth your while paying for a hotel room when you only have an eight hour layover. If you are not familiar with Heathrow airport, it is huge and very busy. Even though you are likely to arrive early,by the time you get through immigration and customs, that could take a while. When you get back to the airport, you must allow at least three hours before your flight, the security lines can be very long and slow. I have had to travel through Heathrow a couple of times this past year and both times have been crazy, we missed our original ongoing flight and the next flight we had been rebooked on we also missed because we were stuck in security. The second time we were in security lines for about two hours. Especially if you have business class tickets, the lounges are very nice, you can get a full meal with plenty of choices, lots of comfort. I don't travel business class very often but I did on my trip to London last September at about the time you will be traveling there. That airport is like a zoo! Whatever you do,be sure to follow all rules for security lines because if you get a secondary search you will be delayed even longer. Has anyone else experienced the nightmares of Heathrow!
  • I mean how much for the hotel?
  • Hi stepevortty and British

    I did consider whether it would be worth it getting a room, and am aware of how difficult Heathrow can be but at least Terminal 5 is a little more do-able. I am not flying business or first because on this particular trip it was another $6000, even through my best sources. So I am treating myself to a hot shower and a nap at Sofitel - which one can walk to under cover in about 15-20 minutes. And I have planned on giving myself 3 hours when I get back to terminal 5, even though one doesn't know which gate until about 45 minutes prior to boarding.

    stepevortty - you can check online for all the hotels in the vicinity of Heathrow. They range from about 100USD on up to several hundred. Most of the hotels will email you a "day" rate, if your layover is during the daytime.

    I do travel business/first frequently but it is usually on mileage, and that wasn't available on this trip :-(
  • edited August 2014
    Hi stepevortty and British

    stepevortty - you can check online for all the hotels in the vicinity of Heathrow. They range from about 100USD on up to several hundred. Most of the hotels will email you a "day" rate, if your layover is during the daytime.

    I do travel business/first frequently but it is usually on mileage, and that wasn't available on this trip :-(

    I may be wrong, but based on the text and language usage in his/her other 4 posts, all made within about an hour, on different forums, I suspect stepevortty is troll and not a Tauck traveler. See #10 in this thread about traveling while pregnant. I tagged those posts.
  • A question regarding luggage as we seem to get different opinions every time we talk to Tauck. Are we actually limited to 33lbs or 15 Kilo's for this trip OR can we actually take a medium size suitcase and a small travel duffel? Hopefully people who have been on this trip can give us the accurate answer. Many, many thanks.
  • dgordon622 wrote:
    A question regarding luggage as we seem to get different opinions every time we talk to Tauck. Are we actually limited to 33lbs or 15 Kilo's for this trip OR can we actually take a medium size suitcase and a small travel duffel? Hopefully people who have been on this trip can give us the accurate answer. Many, many thanks.

    I think the confusion arises because a few important words preceding the 33 lb limit are often overlooked: The full sentence in the "Before you Go" section states: (I added the bold, color and underlines)

    "Strict limitations on our on-tour flights require you to check only one piece of soft-sided luggage weighing no more than 33 lbs (14.97 kg)."

    The "on-tour" flights are the ones you fly after you arrive in Tanzania. You can only take the Tauck issued duffle bag which can fit into the irregularly shaped luggage compartments on the small turbo prop commuter style aircraft used for on-tour flights, plus one small 15 lb. carry-on.

    "To help with your packing, we will provide you with a duffel bag that has been specially designed to provide more than adequate space for essential items needed while on safari on days 6-10. Please pack light and bring ONLY the Tauck-issued duffel bag with you on safari."

    Forum Moderator, Tauck Emily answered a similar question in a post back in 2012. I doubt anything has changed but one of the recent travelers will need confirm that:

    "KLM Airlines permits two pieces of checked luggage per person, with a maximum per bag of 50 lbs, 62 inches (height+width+depth). Additionally, you may bring one carry-on piece of luggage weighing a maximum of 22 lbs and with total dimensions of 45 inches. While these are the limits set forth by KLM,Tauck STRONGLY urges that checked luggage be limited to ONE 50 lb. piece of luggage plus the special duffel bag per person due to space limitations in our transportation vehicles."

    "On safari, you will only have your duffel bag with you due to the strict limitations on our intra-tour flight requires that guests take a maximum of one piece of checked luggage (weighing no more than 33 lbs.) per person. **A special duffel will be mailed to your home prior to departure for use during the Serengeti portion of your journey.** The duffel bag has been designed to provide adequate space for essential items needed while on safari (13.5 inches high / 21.75 inches wide / 12 inches deep). Remember that attire throughout the tour is casual."

    "Your primary piece of luggage will be stored at the Serena Mountain Village Lodge while you are in the Serengeti, Nights 6 - 10. You will be reaquainted with your luggage in Arusha on your way to Zanzibar."

    I hope the preceding and the final paragraph clears things up- I tried to take all the info from the horses mouth. Now . . . . . all that being said, the tour British just completed flew from the Serengetti to Zanzibar and did not stop in Arusha- I would assume Tauck still got the luggage to everyone since we haven't seen any posts to the contrary.

  • The luggage discussion is a bit confusing. I read all the responses and was worried about that component. However, I just packed what I needed for two days in the Tauck Duffel and carried my backpack with me on the small plane flights. The other bag (I only had one, but most had two) went in the cars or a van to the next hotel. Nothing was weighed, we were given luggage tags for all of our luggage that went in the van, or on the plane. It was really a non-issue.

    At the Nairobi airport I checked the Tauck duffel and my main suitcase into the plane and took my backpack as a carry-on. No problems there either.

  • Ok, I just did this trip. There's been plenty of discussion already both now and in past threads.
    You can take e regular size suitcase from the US whatever those flights allow. We took a medium size suitcase each with plenty of clothing. Inside that we put the Tauck supplied duffel still in it's carry sack, we never even opened up the duffel at all because we have done the Kenya and Tanzania tour in the past and knew the size and were not concerned about it not being big enough. Even though we took a generous amount of clothing each our suitcases weighed just under 40 lbs each at check in. We also took a small backpack as carry-on that had a camera, money, binoculars, medications and a mini iPad plus two sets of spare undergarments and a set of clothes for emergency back up--- we needed them, our luggage did not make the flight from Amsterdam and since there is only one flight a day from Arusha, we were concerned, but it arrived 24 hrs later. So my first advice here would be, take an extra set of clothes in carry on and be sure the clothes you travel in are also suitable for safari just incase.
    You MUST use the provided duffel, another similar duffel you think you have that might work does not cut it. The duffels all need to be the same, not only for the planes, but for the safari vehicles as you go from place to place. Space is at a premium in the storage at the back because the vehicles also carry all the bottled water for everyone too.
    The main difference about this tour. Compared to any other past Tauck tour was they asked us to carry all valuables with us each day. passports everything. We had not bargained for that but fortunately we each had a very lightweight fold up rucksack with us too for each day,so we just carried everything in those plus our jackets and it was fine although I was concerned my medicines would suffer in the heat and potentially lose some of their potency, but I am still here. A couple of people used the nice bag that the duffels came in as their day bag for the safari vehicles. They were too small for our cameras and binoculars, but for the people who had a companion to carry the bigger stuff it was great.
    We used one duffel as a checked bag coming home, just so our suitcases were less stuffed. This is a wonderful trip, Tanzania is by far the best part of the trip for me which is why I was happy to just return there and not do Kenya again. I hope we can return there in the future, maybe volunteer at the medical clinic we visited.
  • edited January 2017
    British wrote:
    AFRICA HOTEL NOTES
    DULUTI. Lunch and Dinner about $18 each for a 4 course, choice of 4 entres including a vegetarian. Nicely cooked, sensible size portions. Hairdryer-yes. ( You will find this on the desk to use there) Several outlets for charging electrics 240 vault 3 oblong pins type of plug, British type. No outlets in bathroom, pretty typical for any country with 240 vault electrics. Bathroom, large with plenty of towel rails. Laundry, returned in about 3 hours, nicely done. If you attempt to wash your own laundry, it is still very wet after 24 hours, even thin underwear, resorted to drying with hairdryer. Bed, very firm mattress, plenty of good pillows. Room cleaned well, turn-down service including putting mosquito nets around bed, which enclosed night stands and desk. Staff will open windows during day, have screens and security bars so can be left open. In room safe- yes. No ATM at this hotel.
    2 bottles of water provided in room per day, not enough. But this was during our pre-tour part of the stay. Tea and coffee making facilities in room.

    KIKOTI CAMP. Small camp, 18 large tents on stilts. Comfortable big beds. Mosquito netting. Large rustic shower, double sink and regular toilet. Plenty of very hot water that is heated by a fire in some location on the site. ( Revised no hot water on second morning!) You may find you are woken early morning by the smell of fire, it's the fire getting started to heat your water. Electric lighting but only half the tents have any outlets for appliances at the present time. Oblong 3 pin, British style.There is no electricity in the tents at all during the day until about 6pm. No hairdryers at all. Did not have one with me to see if it would work with the outlets in our tent. There is a central charging station in the lodge area. Rooms do not have keys, no need. Must be escorted to rooms any time it is dark. Tents very spread out along quite sandy paths, so like walking along a beach in areas. Suggest having closed toe shoes, dark color if you are concerned about the appearance of you foot wear. Mosquito net.
    The staff will do your laundry, but it is all done by hand and dried outside, put your laundry in the basket provided, a full basket costs $20, one item costs $20. This is the place to avoid doing laundry.
    Food buffet style, good choice and taste. Friendly staff. No ATM of course, no phones, no TV. Wifi at reception, so so. Whistle in the room to blow in case of emergencies at night.
    You can get a wake up call---someone will knock with your choice of hot drink.
    Tip--rooms have screened windows, no curtains, you could be seen if you have you light on in the tent and it is dark outside. Noise also travels far at night in tents!
    This hotel only accepts cash. Dollars fine.

    SERENA NGORONGORO
    Lots of steps down to rooms, lots, no elevator. Very cold-we are here in July 7000+ feet! Nice rooms overlooking crater rim! I think the rooms have been renovated since our last stay. good sized bathroom! big shower. No conditioner again, good hairdryer. Radiator in bathroom, so good chance of drying your smalls overnight. Choice of outlets in bathroom, shape or voltage! Plenty of 3 oblong pin outlets in bedroom, British style. No mosquito net provided at this hotel, it is too high in elevation for mosquito problems.
    The staff will put a hot water bottle in your bed at turndown, don't freak out when you see a lump in your bed! No ATM. NO TV. Phone- yes. Wi-if in room but not always able to connect or slow. Texting appears to be the most reliable way in general to communicate in Tanzania so far. Food, buffet or service. 24 hour tea and coffee in lobby. Gift shop, poor variety of gifts

    SERENA SERENGETI
    Lots of steps everywhere, no elevators. Separate thatched roof huts spread out. Comfortable and clean.Wifi in room, pretty good service. Plenty of outlets, including one that accepts multiple country plugs. Hairdryer, phone. No TV. Safe-yes. Mosquito netting. Windows to open and fan on desk. Good shower. No electric in the afternoon until 5-30pm, not sure whether this always happens. Nice swimming pool but really cold! Buffet style food service, well cooked and fantastic choices. Must get escort to rooms during darkness-- security arrives really quickly to escort you. Again, not a very good gift shop. No ATM. In- room safe.

    KIRAWIRA SERENA
    Extremely luxurious. Wifi best yet but only in Reception area and by the pool. No safe in room, use one at reception. There is money exchange but did not use. Dining--full table service, great menu even home made ice cream. Champagne included at breakfast.Tent rooms, fantastic, more mahogany than you could believe even in bathroom. Plenty of outlets, British style 3 pin oblong prongs. Hairdryer, Still no conditioner but razor and toothbrush! Telephone in room and emergency/panic button by bed. Large floor fan to aid cooling the tent, but comfortable anyway because of the many 'windows in the tents. Mosquito net. Own tent valet. Wake up call with coffee/tea/hot chocolate and muffin. Require escort to and from tents after dark. Much more handicap friendly for steps, apart from in pool area.
    We had a massage each, excellent and at least half what you might pay say in the Caribbean. Awoken about 5am first night by nearby buffalo on the path and a blood curdling scream, did not hear anyone had come to harm, plenty of security men around property.
    A small flashlight is invaluable for walking the pathways at night in addition to the one the security guard carries, this is true for all the hotels. Some of the walkways are 'Crazy paving' style-- I hope this is also the way Americans describe this sort of pathway.

    Zanzibar Serena Hotel
    Set right on beach, smallish rooms, older bathrooms but woohoo first hotel with conditioner! Plenty of outlets 3 prong oblong pin British style. Wifi in room, good. Hairdryer. A/C. In room safe. Ate in Lower restaurant for non-included dinner, very good but quite expensive. Telephone in room. Television. Mosquito net
    As has been all trip, lots of steps you can't avoid.
    HERE ARE DETAILS OF OUTLETS IN SOME OF YOUR HOTELS
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