Hotel Travertine

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

The road to Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by wanderlust83


... and Nick took over the small Irish owned bar until we were dancing behind it and serving ourselves expensive whiskey! The camp were in for an unfortunate night when we decided it would be a good idea to move peoples tents while they remained inside only thinking a wild animal had got hold of them in it and disassembling others so that some of us ended up sleeping in the bushes! Everybody took it in good spirits though and we are currently working on a mini movie of this night so watch ...

Tanzania - Dar es Salaam

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... a fish market. It is supposed to be quite famous. We have to admit that it was a great experience. The place itself is extremely dirty and smelly (not necessarily because of fish, itīs more combination of fish, **** and garbage). However, being in the middle of the entire fishing, cleaning, decision-making and even cooking process was something indescribable. We stayed there for a while and just ...

Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar

A travel blog entry by ru.benpabst


... to swim with them. Once in the sea, he disappears under the boat and pops up next to the boat. Yes, he swims with them, but decides to get back into the boat as the sea is too rough and the swells are about 3 m (our estimation.) We spend some time with the dolphins, taking photos and video and then we head back to shore for our visit to Jusani Forest. Here we see the Red Colobus Monkey, indigenous to Zanzibar and also the ...

2 minutes

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean


... from the sole seller in the corner. In the middle a palm tree with an old 80s style telephone handset and a short rickety wooden ladder about 3ft long running up to it. The whole set up being about 10ft off the ground. The sign says you can make free international calls from the phone.....if you can reach it. Despite my height, I can't do an ET and phone home.

Find Freddie Mercury's old apartment block. It's a bit bohemian and can't stay for long as I want to break free as ...

OMG - I've seriously ill

A travel blog entry by birrell


... he turned and ran and the dip
stick trailled behind. Over the truck intercom we heard Karoma yell
"thieving *******". He had seen the guy in his mirror - but could do

We had a lot of fun bargaining with street sellers selling cashew nuts,
out the window of the truck. Some bought for a good price but one seller
had packets labelled 500g, but had less than 250!

En route we were getting txts every time there was ...


This hotel, located in Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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