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Address: Jamhuri Street, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jamhuri Street, Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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    Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

    A long over due update

    A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Aug 27, 2014

    7 photos

    ... women. Then in the afternoon I found out how serious Tanzanian's take their bible quizzes ... It might have all been in Swahili but I sure could feel and hear the tension and challenges, including the main one, which I was told was over the shortest verse in the bible ... And yes it is indeed the same as in English! ... Saturday evening saw us at another meeting which involved traditional costumes and dances from each corps (church) area of the ...

    I just wanna go home!

    A travel blog entry by travelsake on Aug 09, 2014

    ... and a shower before heading back to the airport at 1am. Our lovely travel luck continued when we got to the airport only to learn that our plane was delayed by an hour. So now we were leaving at 4:30am and had even more time to kill in this fun airport.

    We finally got on the plane to start our 7 hour journey to Istanbul, Turkey, where we had a 2 hour layover. We were starving by the time we got to Turkey and jumped in line at a Burger King ...

    Stone town wonders

    A travel blog entry by natleith on Jul 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... get lost! Stone town has these amazing carved doors on all of the grand old houses. The bigger and more ornate the door the richer the family. It was custom for the door to be carved and set in place and then to build the house around it. They are mostly made of hard wood teak from India. Some home owners built doors that were so big a smaller everyday door was inserted for day to day use. One of the doors we saw was made to a scale that ...


    A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Nov 10, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... by their own tribal leaders and were forced to walk from as far as Zimbabwe. If they were sick or injured they were tied to trees for animals rather than released. Once reaching Stone Town they were kept in chains underground. In a room we struggled to have 10 people in, around 50 would be kept for 2 days with many suffocating. Then they were tied to a tree and whipped - the more they cried, the lower their price. Eventually the British said if the trade didn't stop they ...

    The day I had to say goodbye

    A travel blog entry by beckybrahier on Sep 21, 2013

    1 comment

    ... and tell him how to proceed. It was pretty simple,
    she just had a small cavity on one of her molars and a tiny little stress ulcer
    on her cheek. But I still felt cool, haha. Dr. Tarimo was nice enough to take a
    picture of me doing the exam, too.

    Saying goodbye to all the doctors was hard.
    Each one of them was a different kind of mentor to me in their own way. I gave
    them all my info, and I hope we'll stay in ...

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