Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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... have 2nd class seater and 3rd class but it's absolutely not recommended as pick pockets are very active on the trains. I even read on a travel blog that a guy INSIDE a first class compartment got his backpack stolen out of the window because the train is so slow...pretty sure that's not gonna happen to me but don't wanna go in seater or 3rd class either because they don't have a compartment to close and I would have to watch my stuff all night long, which I cannot guarantee ...
This week I have had a reminder of no matter how much you might love where you are and how much you are pleased to be in a particular place, you can have a sucky week where ever you are! And this week sure has been a sucky week.... For the first time since arriving I felt cold in Tanzania, just could have done without the fever, shakes and vomiting that went with it! ... I have been under constant checking to make sure ...
... were rundown buildings that looked like they had been abounded but then there are expensive buildings next to them and it was strange to see the comparison, the "expensive" building just looked like the ones back home but they looked so grand next to the other buildings. We ended up staying at a monastery before travelling the next day. I didn't know what a ...
Today was our day at the orphanage for the medical outreach. It went much better than our last outreach! We documented the name, birthday (if they knew it), age, and gender of each child. Then, their height and weight were measured to calculate their BMI. Then they went through a full body check-up to look for any signs of disease or infection, too.
Following a night at Tanzania's answer to The Overlook hotel, we set off at 6:30am for a 12-hour drive towards Dar es Salaam in an attempt beat the city's infamous traffic. Personally, I'm hoping to get into town at a reasonable time so that I can take a USD100 ride to the airport and back to collect my bag. The for the first 10 hours, the trip is generally uneventful and there isn't much to do except read, chat and stare out the window at ...