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... been cloudy and windy, but it feels awesome. It is still humid so my hair is a mess but at least we aren't pouring sweat as we walk around.** We browse some shops but don't buy anything. Then we see a chocolate place that Addie highly recommends. We all go in and try samples. The chocolates are really good but don't buy anything. Maybe when we come back to Dar. We saw some drums and of course I have to play them. The lady shows me how to play and ...
... exist. Also the road is being shared by bajaji, people, cars, bikes, and motorcycles. I'm glad I'm not driving.
Anyhow, after the ride, we got to the hotel which is very cool. It's right on the ocean so the view is great and we walked down a dock and looked around at all the fishing boats there. But first we exchanged my American money for some Tanzanian Shillings. The exchange rate is good right now. And Nicole taught me to trick for figuring out how much ...
... Africa. As I write this, we are on the final leg of this monumental journey; Dar es Salam to Kilimanjaro - one hour. When all is said and done, we wil be en-route for over 33 hours and will have crossed 4 time zones. When we arrive at the second airport, however, I become aware of some interesting news; they have changed our airplane from a blah blah 777 to an A380. Whatever, but change upsets the zen like nature of ...
... the bus making sure no one was sitting in the aisles. If this were Cambodia, I'd have had someone in my lap and an aisle mate! Also, the bus was weighed three times along our journey. There were numerous construction areas where the road was being improved. I was told that there is a lot of Chinese investment in exchange for the country's resources but I don't know how accurate that info was. Joy was extremely pleased with both the ...
... with the spiral stripes. Baobab trees are sometimes called the "upside down" tree since the branches look like the roots and the trunks are huge!
The mountains of Tanzania are jungle covered with spectacular views. All of this, talking with our follower travelers (a total of 10 now since Vic Falls) plus a good book, made the 12 hour Overland ...