Travel Blogs from Pangani, Tanzania

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Those who confine their farts, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Those who confine their farts

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... a dark concrete building. It contains two PCs, a desk and a couple of chairs, and is decorated with maps of Tanzania and fading photos of previous volunteers. Today is a public holiday celebrating Worker's Day. A cynic may suggest that ...

Two to Tanga, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Two to Tanga

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... progress is gradual and uncomfortable, I comfort myself in the knowledge that we are, slowly but surely, getting closer to Pangani. Our 6pm dinner reservation is getting closer and I daydream of the freshly caught fish that I eat every night as part ...

The Case of the Missing Computer, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

The Case of the Missing Computer

A travel blog entry by jambo

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One of my tasks as a benevolent and selfless volunteer in Pangani is teaching computer skills to local people.  Some of my students have never used a computer before so the lessons have to begin with basics such as "this is the mon-i-tor.  This ...

Cruising up the river, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Cruising up the river

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... cut into one of those elfin-side burned, close-cut lesbian styles. "So, Janet, how long have you been in Tanzania?" I ask to make conversation, as she shows no inclination to do so. "I grew up here," she says ...

Over the top, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Over the top

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... ; In your example, the other customers are receiving inferior service because of your tip." "What if I walk into the hospital here in Tanzania and the doctor beckons me to the front of the line because I am white and he knows he can charge me a ...

Volunteering debate continues, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Volunteering debate continues

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... people they ever see around here are, indeed, rich.  The safari set, with their matching khaki suits who drive through Pangani in their new Land Rovers, or the career break volunteers who come and buy computers to the community or donate funds for ...

A bit about Tanzania, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

A bit about Tanzania

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... are so many exotic and evocative place names that add to the country's lustre.  Zanzibar, Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, Usambara, even Tanzania itself, all roll off the tongue and conjour up amazing images. Tanzania has an interesting past, with periods ...

Land of the long greetings, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Land of the long greetings

A travel blog entry by jambo

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... us away from the tiring paradox of idleness and activity that is Arusha and out into the rich and varied scenery of Tanzania's Northern Highlands.  For a while we can see the solitary splendour of Mount Kilimanjaro, challenging us to climb it.  ...

Not so funny for Peggy, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Not so funny for Peggy

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas… Sep 11, Ushongo, Not so funny for Peggy ! "What is the best protection against mosquitoes? -Peggy! Shouts Tristan without hesitation. Seeing our look, he adds: “It is true! The first night here, there were 25 ...

Ushongo, near Pangani, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Ushongo, near Pangani

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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... , and always the same ones...ahaha...hope all is well on your end of the planet. Corinne 7 septembre, Ushongo, près de Pangani Avec le bruit des vagues s'écrasant à proximité ou les chansons de centaines de petits oiseaux cachés dans les cocotiers, ...

Last days in Ushongo; derniers jours, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Last days in Ushongo; derniers jours

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas… Sept 13, Last days in Ushongo Walking on the beach at night, with the light of the full moon, I dare not think of the hundreds of crabs running around and I try to believe that they know I am here, just from the ...

Turtles run for their lives; Les tortues courent, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Turtles run for their lives; Les tortues courent

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas…. Sept 9, Turtles run for their lives! A few years back, Maziwe island was a forested island of 5 hectares and since the locals cut all the trees, it eroded so fast that it became a small sand bar, disappearing by so much ...

Fab's dive, by Fabyan, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Fab's dive, by Fabyan

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version française plus bas... Sept 8th, Ushongo, Fab's dive With a small backwards roll off a wooden motorboat and a big splash, I started my first open water dive. I was smiling so much with excitement that I half ignored my mouth piece drifting ...

Do your Blog! by Roman, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Do your Blog! by Roman

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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Version traduite plus bas… Sept 9, Ushongo, Do Your Blog! By Roman            'I haven't written a single thing since we left on this trip… Eh, yup!’ boasts Tristan, proudly drinking his ...

Pangani, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Pangani

A travel blog entry by emma_inafrica

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The night before the proposed trip to Pangani, I started to pack my bag. Pangani is on the coast of Tanzania, between Zanzibar and the boarder of Kenya. I was looking forward to seeing the sea! So in the bag went......sunglasses, suntan cream, swimming ...

A Toast at the Coast, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

A Toast at the Coast

A travel blog entry by chriskate

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... formed from limestone and have a number of local tales and superstitions linked to them! About 80km south of Pangani is Sadaani National Park, the only park in Tanzania to incorporate the coast line. We decided to visit the park and stay in the reserve ...

Lisa and Ulrik's Mkoma Bay Tented Lodge, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Lisa and Ulrik's Mkoma Bay Tented Lodge

A travel blog entry by triptalk

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... , eat the great food in their restaurant, catch up and even sightsee a little.  Lisa took me out on a boat trip on the Pangani river, very relaxing and even saw a crocodile. We went to visit the Tides, a beach hotel on the other side of the river for ...

Looking for a boat, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Looking for a boat

A travel blog entry by eyre

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... , but that we should look out for flycatchers who make you pay for their lunch and charge too much for a ticket. Since Pangani basically consists of just two long parallel streets, we easily find the restaurant, and have some nice ugali (corn 'polenta') ...

Gateway To Paradise, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Gateway To Paradise

A travel blog entry by tabasamu2010

... ;We preferred to go on the Tourism Board boat, because it was the ‘’official way ‘‘ to get from Pangani to Zanzibar.  After some negotiating we had a booking for four people on the Tourism Board Boat, leaving Pangani the next ...

Seaside camping, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Seaside camping

A travel blog entry by bruceandpetra

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... of which there were many. Petra hand washed all our clothes, and I gave the Cruiser a once over as the roads in northern Tanzania were not paved. In total we spent 3 nights here, and had a fantastic stay, this place comes highly recommended. Mark was due ...

Police problems, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Police problems

A travel blog entry by miles1

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Mombasa to jungle junction Nairobi 3/11/09 500ks In New Zealand when the police man stands in the middle of the road with his hand out, this means you must stop. In Kenya this is totally different. You must change down gear, hit the horn, twist the ...

Pangani - Insect attack, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Pangani - Insect attack

A travel blog entry by scapell

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A little bit of comfort with noisy neighbours, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

A little bit of comfort with noisy neighbours

A travel blog entry by jontysblog

SATURDAY 20TH AUGUST Time to move north to Pangani on the road to Mombasa. The map showed a journey of about four hours but it took three hours to get out of Dar and the map was wrong so it took nine hours. Fortunately 8 hours was on tar and Jude only ...

Pangani, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Pangani

A travel blog entry by adamrowley

Aaaa....our little piece of heaven. Now 50km doesnt seem long 20hours on what i can only describe as a bus on heat..my god a tank couldnt stop it. Well we arrive and we are living in a little hostel with just 4 of us, its great,,quiet and ...

The queen is definitely not camping, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

The queen is definitely not camping

A travel blog entry by spongebobsquad

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I have to say that in comparison to 15 years ago when I last traveled in Tanzania, the infrastructure has just boomed. The roads that I remembered are now only those that you see heading off into the villages. The main roads are good and there seems to ...

Trip Route, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Trip Route

A travel blog entry by laurawaterhouse

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Dhow - Not as sturdy as it Looks, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Dhow - Not as sturdy as it Looks

A travel blog entry by dirk.burger

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Peponi beach was a welcome relief after the busy and dirty Dar Es Salaam. Blue skies, white beaches, palm trees and the warm Indian Ocean was pure bliss. We bought some fresh fish from the locals and managed to do some snorkelling off a Dhow. I am not ...

Schnorcheln ums Milch Inselchen, Tanga-Pangani-Lushoto, Tanzania travel blog

Schnorcheln ums Milch Inselchen

A travel blog entry by juttachris

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Pangani, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Pangani

A travel blog entry by evelyn.grace

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... resorts that blight the coastline (more on this later). We then drove into the unlearned dust bowl that is Pangani daladala stand. Parking in front of the tourist office we were introduced to the founder of cultural tourism program in ...

Peponi, Pangani, Tanzania travel blog

Peponi

A travel blog entry by evelyn.grace

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... in a seafood platter for two, which was tasty, and discovered our first bottle of drinkable white wine in all of Tanzania. In fact, we discovered so much of this wine that the bartender ran out of refrigerated bottles and we had to stomach ...

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