Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro
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... and here is the place to see those fantastic animals in the wild.
And our first stop in Arusha National Park which is close by will prove things right... in 2h only I will see more wildlife - grand, diverse, majestic - than in all of my life so far. But I'm jumping ahead.
Our itinerary set, we meet Alexander our driver and guide and together go and do the shopping for 12 days camping. Butcher, groceries, toasted Muesli for Philippe (lucky him to find this here!) and ...
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 ...
... gets interviewed for TV news and vents his anger! Apparently 2 Muzungos are also to be seen... Bus to Kilwa Kisiwani. We're the only Muzungos and the biggest attraction everywhere. Muba takes us to a holiday resort directly by the water. We decide to book one of the amazing huts looking out on the water. Bajaj into town for another Chipsi mayaj dinner. Football is on. Nina tells me about her and Muba. We decide to give the ruins a miss in favour of time and ...
The flight from Zanzibar took 30 minutes. We hired a taxi to take us to our last hotel, Tiffany Diamond which was close to the international airport. We will only be here until midnight because our flight for LAX leaves at 3:25 am. We have a few drinks at the hotel ...
... and dressed pretty fast at that point. I noticed another pretty big spider on the ceiling and told her "Okay, Megan if the spider in the bathroom looked like this guy, I think we can handle it with a shoe." Turns out the spider I was looking at was only about a fourth as big as the spider in the bathroom. So instead of killing either, we started yelling for the English girls upstairs.
Mavish came knocking on our door about a minute later with a tennis shoe and a can of ...