Sea Cliff Hotel
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... it was time for lunch.
Lunch was at the hotel and it was an Indian food buffet. Many people at the resort were Indian, which I guess makes sense because we are reasonably close to India. The food was very good! I had rice and meats and lots of different salads. The desserts were delicious as well! Yummmm. While we were eating, the tide came up, so then we went and swam in the ocean for a good amount of time. It was super warm and the water was pretty calm. Pretty ...
We left Dar Es Salaam at around 6 to try and avoid some of the heavy morning traffic. However, we still ended up at a standstill a lot of times and probably didn't get out of town for a good few ours. We stopped for lunch at a town which had quite a few muzungu's around due to lots of volunteering. We picked up a cooked pizza from a super market and ate it on the truck as it was just a quick stop. Not much else to report, some serious driving and a ...
... in Dar, a Projects Abroad employee (Emmanuel I believe) met me after I made it through immigration. Talk about stressful! My first exposure to Swahili was a passport immigration officer snapping at me to have my fingerprints documented. Thankfully, the Projects Abroad employees were really nice and carried my bags to the car, which gave me some time to get my bearings. On the way to my host family, I tried to take in the nighttime sights and comprehend what I was about to get ...
... of bad sleep and stress, but no! It doesn't work like that. Perhaps tomorrow :) The plans for today is to avoid getting bored ... That would be a bad sign on day 1. So, I will probably cram everything I need to get done this week into one day, and then be horribly bored ...
... and I'm going through money a lot quicker than I had hoped. Additionally, I miss home quite a bit, and will of course strive to keep a positive and eager mindset as I journey on.
I hope you all enjoy the photos, ignore the type-os, and appreciate the writing. I know it's rushed and not nearly as polished as my previous passages, but welcome to the wonderful world of travel through Africa! Asante sana for all of your support and see you all soon!