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... to some rolling hills and vegetation of southern Tanzania. It took two hours to battle through the traffic of Dar es Salaam, the city is absolutely crazy, massively over populated with something happening everywhere, it seems to be a growing city with large western influence. We camped at a really nice site on the beach just outside Dar Es Salaam, managed to spend a bit of time on it before it got dark and played ball with a couple of local kids. ...
... taxi” (I think it’s just a friend of the front desk chick taking us to the airport in his car) picked us up at 10am, August 9th, to take us to the Kigali, Rwanda airport for our 1pm flight back to Tanzania. We get to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania at about 4pm and now have to wait until 3:30am for our flight to Istanbul. The kicker, since we came in from another country we’re on an international flight and have to go claim our ...
... then. :) Monday evening: went for a tour of a spice farm this morning, tasted fresh cinnamon bark straight from the tree (absolutely amazing, and I don't normally really love cinnamon), cardamom pods straight from the ground, lemongrass, peppercorn, ginger (surprisingly hot when eaten straight from the plant), and vanilla amongst others. Saw a huge aniseed tree, had lemongrass with vanilla tea (amazing), masala tea and ginger tea, then had oranges, mandarin, rambutan, the ...
... 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 ...
... drives, but I found myself quite disappointed in our sitings. Since this was an optional excursion, we had to pay extra, and for the 48 hrs of Ngorgoro Crater and Serengeti National Park combined, it cost $500. If this had been my only safari, I would have been just as impressed as my first park visit back in S. Africa, but it's difficult to remind yourself that this is nature, and you can't pay for these animals to do anything exciting ...