Al Uruba Hotel

Kunguni Street, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

Another week gone ....

A travel blog entry by tweetygirl


... ministries meeting ... All singing is in Swahili as is praying but everything else is translated so I did understand about 90 % of what was happening ... I must say though I have never danced in church holding crockery and I still can't really tell you why I was lol ... I had to stand up and introduce my self to the congregation and be welcomed with loud cheering, whooping and clapping to the Mgulani Corps ... At the end of the service (2 1/2 hours later) the ...

The last leg to get to my new home for a bit ...

A travel blog entry by tweetygirl


Boarded the plane, sitting on the plane .... Sitting on the plane going no where ... . And still just sitting on the plane going no where .... They had trouble refuelling the plane and then cos we were late we lost our take off slot so we had to sit on the tarmac and wait .... Finally we took off for the last leg of my LONG LONG journey .... I was finally on the ...

From Dar to Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne


... you get off in Stone Town, coming from Dar, it seems like a whole other world with a much chiller vibe and a strikingly Arabic feel. The architecture and the sheer number of women in head scarves and men with fezzes was enough to indicate that at one point, Zanzibar was ruled by the Sultan. There was and also continues to be an Indian influence, with many dishes being curry and coconut focused.

The Dala Dala ride to Sagando Hostel in Michambvi Kae, ...

Goodbye to new friends

A travel blog entry by deano-webby


Unfortunately, 7 of our new friends left the tour today as people book individual tours, some shorter, some longer. We will be picking up 7 more tomorrow. Quick ode to the departees: Have to start with the 4 Swiss. The two finger crew. (Private joke which I won't explain) First of course is Stephanie (aka sssssshhhhhtep ponie & I'm so H). A spritely little thing who loves a night out and is very enthusiastic about most things. Never change! Corrine (aka ...

The day I had to say goodbye

A travel blog entry by beckybrahier


... accurately record the mountains of thoughts swimming around my head.

I have quite a lot of time to kill at the moment. Gilbert and
I left the Morogoro house early this morning and it's a little after noon here
in Dar es Salaam. I am at the hotel that I stayed at on my first night in
Africa. I am not sleeping here, just biding time until my flight tonight at
10:45. More students are flying in today to start their adventures, ...

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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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