Sea Cliff Hotel
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Welcome to Dar Es Salaam - See Ya Dar Es Salaam!!!
So, there are a bunch of people who follow us religiously...we so appreciate that! Most days sound like sunshine and roses, and many are. In fact, I have started a blog that deals with all of this, but have had limited time to do it justice. Today, there are no pictures, no flowery language. We got on a bus at 8:00 am where we were the only people with pale ...
September 23rd Johannesburg to Dar es Salaam
Another day, another country! That was today's mantra.
What an easy start to the day. We left the very comfortable City Lodge Hotel within the airport, after a breakfast fit for royalty.
It was quite a different experience to the chaos and haste of our departure from Vic Falls, so we had time for a leisurely coffee and browse in the shops. What a ...
... market and had a tour of the small dark dungeon that held slaves captive for days until they were sold. The following day, we drove to a beachside resort where we could enjoy the picturesque beaches of Zanzibar. Although we were asked in Stone Town to not drink or eat in public or wear revealing clothes since it was Ramadan, the beach towns didn't hold the same standards for tourists. We celebrated the 19th birthday of a guy in our group ...
... On wasn't overly impressed with the dive sites but got to see some fish I hadn't seen before and was just enjoying diving again! The rest of my time there was mostly spent floating in the lagoon like sea, enjoying delicious lobster meals, lazing about in hammocks and admiring the beautiful sunsets. After 2 days of beach bliss and a coco colored tan, we headed back to our lovely little beach huts in Dar for our 2nd last night in Tanzania before getting ready to make our way down towards ...
... stew, pineapple juice).
We were back in our hotel at about 16.00. It was a budget hotel run by Muslims. We paid USD 25 for a room with private bathroom. Our room was very basic, a little bit dirty, its bathroom in quite disastrous conditions; however, we still found it to be a good value for the given price. We spent the rest of the afternoon inside of our room making more specific itineraries for ...