Al Uruba Hotel

Address: Kunguni Street, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kunguni Street, Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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      A travel blog entry by sjc89 on Dec 10, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      Hello people,

      Apologies again for the delay in posting, my vertigo is finally beginning to clear and I'm feeling a lot better.

      I am now in Tanzania after a lovely three days in Stockholm. Although it was a short visit, I had a great time catching up with my family and it was so nice to see them all. Nonetheless, I’m glad to be out of the cold and dark!!

      I flew to Dar (es Salaam) on Saturday, with a 7 hour stopover in Doha. Doha was nice but with ...

      Serengeti - a dream come true.

      A travel blog entry by cathyshaw69 on Sep 10, 2014

      43 photos

      ... Driving back towards Dar, we passed Mt Kilimanjaro but did not see much because of all the cloud cover. We spent the night in the mountains near Mkomazi NP, at the Irente Hilltop Lodge - a pleasant half way stop. Then on to Dar, in insane traffic and mad driving, to a carwash near the church, where we cleaned everything, packed it all away and handed out leftover food. We found a small bakery to buy ...

      Stone town wonders

      A travel blog entry by natleith on Jul 22, 2014

      22 photos

      ... spoken in Zanzibar, Tanzania and Kenya. Zanzibar is currently in the middle of celebrating Ramadan, so it was frowned on to drink/ eat or smoke in public. That includes water, it was so hard not to as i was so hot all of the time! A few of us decided to do a guided tour around Stone Town which was incredibly interesting, There is a very rich history of trading spices, gold, ivory and slaves. Most of the cargo was to go to Persia or ...


      A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on Jul 02, 2014

      ... and in the safari lands of Ngorogo Crater and Serengeti. It was a special time of year to visit Ngorogo Crater because of the wildabeast's great migration from the crater up to Kenya. Unfortunately, the wildabeast had begun their migration early so we missed out on this, but we saw sooo many lions and their cubs. I had been expecting a lot from stories that I had heard about this excursion, and I hate to see how jaded I was by ...

      Goodbye Tanzania

      A travel blog entry by asvanholm8 on Apr 11, 2014

      I really have learned so much on this trip. Ive learned how to cram into a minivan with 30 smelly, sweating people, bargain each and every little thing Ive had to buy, tolerate people I honestly really cannot stand, be stared at each and every moment I was in public, learned to be okay with being seriously comfortable for 9 weeks, communicate with locals who knew zero english, but most importantly I have learned some amazing life skills. ...