Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Nathan arrived in Tanzania from the USA when he was 2 weeks old and has lived in TZ since. His father was a missionary in Serengeti working not far from the border with Kenya so Nathan's childhood was spent in Serengeti in the 60's 70's. Can you imagine that? So fair to say he knows a bit about the place. You can read about Nathan's father and what he did in Tanzania here: http://www.startribune.com/rev-dave-sim onson-preacher-and-friend-to-maasai-of- ...
It's almost the end of my first day here in Tanzania, so here is an update for you guys on what's happened so far.
Mom and I went to the Chicago O'Hare airport two days ago (although it seems like it's been much longer) and waited 2+ hours just to check in but after that everything went really smoothly. Hung out for a few hours, read, charged my phone, ate a snack, texted some last minute goodbyes, then boarded the plane. I had an aisle seat next ...
Lady on the phone last night said the train to Mang'ula leaves from a central line station. wrong info of course! Take taxi to Tazara main train station. Busy today but all counters closed. WAITING, as so often in Africa. Coffee upstairs in station restaurant. Hanging out in first class lounge which is completely run down!! Announcement that staff is on strike as they have not been paid for 5 months. Plan B: go visit Muba's family in the far south of ...
... an octopus sauce concoction (like an octopus curry). Then drove up to the northern beaches where we are for two nights - unbelievably beautiful, this place looks like a postcard. Gorgeous white sand, crystal clear blue water, no seaweed. When I send you a picture you'll think I photoshopped it. Just played a leisurely couple of games of beach volleyball with half the group and some random Germans we found an also had a great swim. Heading to dinner soon and going scuba diving tomorrow. :) ...
... in the shower, naked and completely helpless. I yelled back at her "What?! Why?! We can't leave now, I'm in the shower!"
After a little bit more yelling from Megan, I finally got it out of her that there was a giant spider on the door into the bathroom. I told her to calmly grab a shoe and take a deep breath and just kill it, but that was met with another scream and a "Oh my god Maddie it's a mouse with eight legs! I can't kill it with a shoe!!"
So I got out of ...