Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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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 ...
... out sometimes so he drove us to their home. It was about 3 a.m. when we arrived. Nicole showed me my room and bathroom and we've been catching up on everything since the car ride. Their apartment is very very nice. They have some really cool African art. Before bed I checked in with Mom, showered, and had a little tour of the place. We also woke up Nicole's mom to say hi and that I was here safely and I befriended the dogs Nana and Grande as well ...
Day 1 - Sat 24th Jan Arrival at Dar airport. This went quickly and got straight on a taxi. 35000tzs to take me to a friend's place in oyster bay. Went straight to bed as it was around 4.30am. Lunch at coco beach was fresh and views beautiful. Afternoon drinks at the boat club then dinner which was spectacular with a ...
... what cheese is! "The yellow stuff on the pizza that melts in the oven and looks like chewing gum." Muba is also shocked to hear that we don't have coconut trees in Germany... Swim in the pool and buy some fresh fruit for dinner. Loving it! Create email account for Muba at home and talk with Nina until 1.30 am. Another good ...
... him about all sorts of general Tanzanian info----how does dating/marriage work, do Tanzanians like tourists or find them annoying, how do Tanzanians feel about the past colonists...you know, fun questions. :) He told us very useful information such as that we needed to close the vehicle windows when we got out so that baboons wouldn't get in and **** on the seats. See, useful. I'm also pretty sure he was the fastest driver in the Serengeti. It's ...