Formula 10 Livingstone Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of the Tanzanian political party, TANU, Saba Saba means "seven seven" in Swahilli. Saba Saba also refers to the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair. The fair is held every year at this date in Saba Saba grounds near Kurasini in Dar es Salaam. (just down the road from where I live) This week I am having a bit of luxury, namely air-con, tv, comfortable seats to relax on and internet at home (so no nightly walks) as well as hot water shower!!!! I am house sitting for my ...
... it's written that the legal age for marriage is only 15. Now that seems bizarre, but that's how it's done.
As it turns out, that workshop lasted longer than I expected, and by the time I got back to the ward it was pretty slow so they sent me home. Kia, Christianne and myself got some food and then parted ways.
I packed up a lot of things and thought through my travel plan for Saturday, so that's making me really excited to get home!
Today was a big ol' day of "me" time. Our host mom decided Megan needed to be taken back to the clinic because she was still feeling so sick. As a result, I had the day to read, write in this journal, and do other things by myself. There's something to be said about having some alone time. I called my family and had the chance to catch up on things, so that always helps. ...
The trip to get to Dar is definitely a long one and one that effects your body a great deal, the jet lag is a killer as is the adjustment of such a big time difference. I did manage to get some very broken sleep, couldn't keep my eyes open past 9 o clock so went to bed then ( I know totally unheard of for Tracey lol) slept from then till 11-30 pm ( 8-30 am NZ time) was awake till 12-30 am, then slept again till 2-30 am, when I was awake till 4-30 when ...
... so we passed on that and had a hot salad. This day seemed to never end when we finally arrived at Dar Es salaam the traffic was so bad. At one point there was a sea of humanity at a market with everywhere including the road median strip packed with people in the dark some selling their wares under candle light. Absolute pandemonium. Finally arrived at 8:30 pm: 16 hours after leaving this morning to put up our tent eat and collapse for a few hours before our next early ...