Al Uruba Hotel

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

Malawi Bound but first

A travel blog entry by carainafrica

Tanzania is beautiful and I really think this is where I want to end up when I have to grow up.
Indian Ocean, Mountain Kilimanjaro and beautiful people...what more could you ask for!!?

We're off to Malawi in 2 hours and all of us are excited. Sun, beer and beach for the next 2 months....here we come!!! =)

Day 1 of unemployment

A travel blog entry by wmdbanks

So... Today is officially my first Monday being unemployed. It still feels kinda surreal, and obviously my body's, now natural, alarm clock has woken me up way before I would have liked it to. You have these dreams of being able to sleep in on your first day and catch up ...

From Dar to Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne

7
11

... had been traveling all day and was excited to drop my bags. It was a cool place, with a distinctly rasta vibe and the owner Ali was very friendly. It dawned on me when I got there though that I was the only guest in the entire place! The plump middle aged Austrian man I had saw earlier, named Gerald, turned out to be living in a bungalow and had been in Zanzibar for two months. After eating dinner with him, which was Octopus curry (best octopus I've ever had), ...

Goodbye to new friends

A travel blog entry by deano-webby

3

... a German living in America. Wolf could be a little direct in parts but was enthusiastic with his photography. Maybe a little too much on the safari as he was one of the two people that made almost sexual noises when taking photos of animals. Oh yeah baby, just like that. Not the best comments on safari! :) The other two leaving us was the Brazilian couple. They kept very much to themselves even though they were on a 9 month honeymoon holiday. You would think ...

The day I had to say goodbye

A travel blog entry by beckybrahier

1

... rinse her with a hydrogen peroxide
mouthwash first to prevent infection. But of course, H202 hurts like a *****
when there are a lot of bacteria present, so the poor girl was in a lot of pain
again. And this time it was so bad that she passed out. But she didn't wake up
for a really long time. Like, a REALLY long time. So we laid her back and I
inserted an IV and waited. I noticed that her feet and palms were really pale
and ...

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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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent