Al Uruba Hotel

Address: Kunguni Street, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Kunguni Street, Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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    Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

    Day 11 - Dar Ee Salaam

    A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Sep 13, 2014

    1 photo

    After the massive highs of the last three days, today was an absolute stinker, when I first read through the travel itinerary I saw that there were some long driving days involved but I don't think I appreciated truly how hideous they could be. After a few drinks yesterday, the 4am alarm call was awful and upon leaving at 5am we drove for 11 hours straight to reach Dar es Salaam by very late afternoon. The Landscape varied throughout the trip from the ...

    I just wanna go home!

    A travel blog entry by travelsake on Aug 09, 2014

    ... and washing myself in the sink. So Bill tells her to give him the key to another room, we will go take a shower there and then we will return the key to her. She grumbled, but did it.

    And to really make this a memorable stay, when I went to wash my hands in the upstairs bathroom sink, brown water came spurting out of the faucet and sprayed all over me. Did I mention we’re so ready to go home?!

    And so our trek home begins. ...

    Zanzibar

    A travel blog entry by kathdelia on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... at the old fort in stonetown- a touristy spot selling souvenirs and stuff. Judy has concerted to Christianity and it was interesting to hear her take on the traditional Maasai lifestyle and also on the local Muslims (kept telling us how many parties there will be tonight for the end of Ramadan, sounds like we'll be in for a treat tonight when we head up to the northern beaches). Going on a spice tour this morning then up to the beaches after lunch, hopefully I'll be able to ...

    Stone town wonders

    A travel blog entry by natleith on Jul 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... sweating sitting and reading a book. Zanzibar was settled very early by Africans then became a hub for Arab and Persian immigrants fleeing political war and famine. The name Zanzibar is actually the combination of two Arabic words Zinj meaning blacks and barr meaning land in Arabic the translation Land of Blacks, the intermingling of all these cultures and languages gave rise to a totally new language which is Swahili, Swahili is now the ...

    Tanzania

    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 ...