Travel Blogs from Tanzania

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New Frontiers, Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania travel blog

New Frontiers

A travel blog entry by oz2africa

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... to use the pits - we farewelled our Kenyan driver and were driven along a very nice sealed road to Arusha.  Our first impression of Tanzania was one of surprise.  It seemed quite nice and if I had to, I think I could live there.  We lunched ...

Day Ten, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Day Ten

A travel blog entry by embelina

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... up our remaining time nicely, and will mean we can experience Zanzibar a bit more while not interrupting our projects too much. Sorted. Organisation in Tanzania? I must be mistaken. Photos are various ones from this week around the volunteer house.  ...

Weekend -- Wedding, Shopping and Beach, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Weekend -- Wedding, Shopping and Beach

A travel blog entry by amyinafrica

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I am really starting to settle in here and enjoyed my first real weekend here in Dar.  On Friday night, I attended the "Send Off" wedding party for a work colleague, as I mentioned int he previous entry the send off is when the brides ...

Kilimanjaro Challange, Moshi, Tanzania travel blog

Kilimanjaro Challange

A travel blog entry by jacquieanddave

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After saying good bye to our new found Gecko Friends, Jacquie and I caught the shuttle car to the bus station in Arusha where we caught the shuttle bus to Moshi (about 1 1/2 hours) where we were dropped off and picked up by someone else and delivered ...

Amy's Tour of Dar, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Amy's Tour of Dar

A travel blog entry by moinmotion

Stayed a couple of nights with Amy in her Dar es Salaam apartment. The mornings were a caucaphony of noises - bats screeching, crows cawing, pigeons cooing and the azzam's painfully early calls to prayer. I can't imagine a noisier ...

The migration of the wilderbeast, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

The migration of the wilderbeast

A travel blog entry by bradmccartney

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... at a traditional Masai village. The Masai are the nomadic cattle farmers that still live in the wilderness areas of Kenya and Tanzania. They value cattle as their show of wealth and throughout many places its a common site to witness the cattle being ...

Day Nineteen, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Day Nineteen

A travel blog entry by embelina

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I get up normal time and am the first one up - it's a while before Malene comes down, and even longer before Mads surfaces. Apparently he discussed with Michael yesterday that we wouldn't get to the nursery until later as the subject is Swahili and we ...

Day Twenty One, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Day Twenty One

A travel blog entry by embelina

I get up for Saturday pancakes again - I'm shocked to see Toby has surfaced. I love not having hangovers.  A few of us arrange to go to the big supermarket about 45 minutes away at about midday - we go back to bed for a couple of hours as none of us ...

What a difference a day makes, Moshi, Tanzania travel blog

What a difference a day makes

A travel blog entry by mylittletrip

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... to the roof of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro. Uhuru point is the summit of Kilimanjaro, meaning freedom.  Uhuru was named after Tanzania gained Independence from the Brits in 1961, the highest point in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the ...

Mountain climbing is no joke!, Moshi, Tanzania travel blog

Mountain climbing is no joke!

A travel blog entry by todoconfidel

... on the road and here and there and without much access to internet! I just finished reaching the summit of Mount Meru in Arusha, Tanzania. I am going to do my best to describe it. We started out at Momella gate, with a 4-5 hour trek through ...

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