Sea Cliff Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... first onevand it was subtitled and funny. For the rest of the time we look at tgecsdenery outside the windows.
My first impressions is that it reminded me a bit of going to jy family's province in Bikol which also takes between 8-9 hrs and a very few pee stops and 15 mins lunch. But the landscape is different of course, mainly flat but with a vegetation new to me. When we got to Moshi 8h in the journey we got to see Mount Kilimanjaro and it's eternal snow, and also a lot of ...
... me to forget about any physical limitations I might have had, and I was able to swim alongside, under and over one specific whale shark that must have been 15-20ft long for a good 45 minutes. I watched her follow a trail of plankton, mouth wide open, gills filtering out the water. I watched her surface and subsequently dive back down, gills filtering out the air. There were pockets of fish that followed her too, and it was easy to ...
... then. :) Monday evening: went for a tour of a spice farm this morning, tasted fresh cinnamon bark straight from the tree (absolutely amazing, and I don't normally really love cinnamon), cardamom pods straight from the ground, lemongrass, peppercorn, ginger (surprisingly hot when eaten straight from the plant), and vanilla amongst others. Saw a huge aniseed tree, had lemongrass with vanilla tea (amazing), masala tea and ginger tea, then had oranges, mandarin, rambutan, the ...
SAFARI! 7 hours out of Dar, we're literally in the middle of nowhere. We went on a boat safari right when we reached our destination. We're staying at a place called the "Hippo Camp," named for it's close proximity to this swampy waters inhabited by hippos, crocodiles, and other Lion King creatures. On the boat safari, we had the chance to see and take pictures of some of those animals, and I have to say, it was pretty incredible.
I should also add that on this safari, it's ...
... sounds of the street and the call to prayer being projected from a nearby mosque. We ordered Italian, which was really good. For dessert, the kitchen staff had made us a complimentary heart-shaped cheesecake. It was so important to them that we have a nice Valentine's, something we had not planned to celebrate. It warmed my heart. I hope the rest of our experiences in Tanzania are as sweet and wonderful as this.