Blue Pearl Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... I was going to lose Joy. She hates chickens. Chickens being plucked right in front of us and women's hands plunging into buckets of fly covered chicken parts was pretty tough to handle for us---compounded by the sweltering heat. Finger lickin good!
We returned to our hotel and in a last ditch effort, I asked the front desk man who has seemed very friendly. What transpired next is nothing short of amazing. This man took it ...
... we boarded our ferry which would take us back to Dar es Salaam. Wished we had another night in Stone Town to taste another Zanzibar Pizza. The hour and a half ferry trip was rough. People were being sick left right and centre into the black bags which were handed out. I was quite happy to get onto steady land again. Next we had the smaller ferry to catch which took us across the bay nearer to our accommodation. But, before we boarded we were told the excellent news that Joe ...
... were very sad to say goodbye when we caught a taxi back to the hotel. We'll have to extend our TIP (Temporary Import Permit) with Customs and Exise when we get home.
On our last evening in Dar, we opened a very special bottle of wine to celebrate the end of the first leg of our journey - "Cape to Cairo" 2007 Syrah. It was excellent!
... fact, I saw another diabetic man's wound on his leg get cleaned by ridding it of yellow puss and dead tissue. Super gross!
We also had a Swahili lesson at which we learned the basics of the language we were immersed in. After the lesson, Christianne (from NYU) talked to Megan and I all about med school. I can already tell it's going to be awesome having her around!
... I am volunteering) the Mgulani hostel (where I am getting my evening meals from) Mgulani Nursery School and a home for girls saved from trafficking. As well as all the officers (ministers) who work in each area. It is a lovely compound. We have a guard on the entrance gate. I feel very privileged indeed as I was going to be staying at the Mgulani Hostel Huts but my friends managed to find a College Hut that I could stay in, which is in ...