Mbuyuni Beach Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the group to make the last night a sensational one. This was such a special and brilliant group, they know they are unlikely to have it so easy or entertaining as they head off with more groups to South America
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... and historical site now, and we stopped by it during our wanders around town the previous day. That night, however, we settled for beers at the waterfront watering hole that pays him nightly homage. It rained some while we were at Mercury's, and it did feel pretty windy, so it was probably good that we weren't out at sea. Plus the sunset was so cloudy. After sunset, we made our way back to Forodhani Gardens for another dinner of grilled spiced seafood kebabs, ...
... degrees). There are small hotels like ours (only 8 rooms which are separate huts of concrete and thatched roofs) all along the beach. Tourism is definitely one of their main industries. Our hotel room is excellent, very clean with 2 bathrooms which we didn't expect, free Wifi. No toys like TV or movies, but who needs that when you can be outside day and night.
... surprise and a little relax before the rest of the trip. Afterwards when we were in Dar Es Salam's airport was a great fun.. They first wanted to see us giving money but not passports or vaccinations proof, so you have $50 and you have visa ! But to explain the mess in the airport is easily impossible, but for my family is understandable like this : like my room :):):). When we arrived here in Dar Es Salaam temperature was 29C. We found one great guy ...
... look, and see a fair representation of animals on the way through. At the end of the park there is a large roadside market, with mainly tomatoes in buckets, and a lot of rejects scattered in the bush. There are a lot of roadside displays of basket ware as well as tomatoes.
Closer to the coast, we pass between massive mountains at the regional centre of Morogoro, where it is greener and more humid. There are large sisal plantations on either side of the road, and ...