On my second day in Africa we stayed on a coffee farm in Arusha, Tanzania. We must not have visited during peak coffee season, because the coffee plants looked a little wilted, but the grounds were amazing. They had a ton of beautiful, unique flowers.
These are the cabins we stayed in. The cabins each had front porches where I would sit and read. There was no humidity, so it was so nice to sit out in the sun.
This is where we had our lunches, it was spectacular. I had the most amazing margarita pizza here our first day, and drank some local bears. I think we drank Safari beer here.
To the right of this picture is the bar area, and straight ahead is the dining area.
I have never been much of a bird watcher, but the birds in Africa were sooo beautiful. The birds tended to congregate around the fountain.
I wandered around the grounds and took pictures of all the plants. We were about seven hours ahead of east coast time, so I was just trying to stay awake and avoid napping.
All in all, it was a pretty relaxing day.