Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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... goods as well. They had a Detroit shirt for some reason? People have such a cool style here. A combination of trendy stuff, and African things. Lots of guys in soccer jerseys too. Girls don't wear shorts though. Everyone mostly wears jeans, or girls often have dresses or skirts. I just really like seeing how people put their outfits together. The mall had a few phone stores that seemed to be the busiest, then a all-purpose store with everything, and lots of clothes ...
... we ate amazing fish overlooking the beautiful clear turquoise ocean.
Andy joined us for dinner at this amazing Korean place. Our first time eating Korean food so Vicky just ordered loads of little dishes and we tried everything, it was delicious! We then went for ice cream!
Next day we had our usual hobbit second breakfast at Greenwood (?!) cafe then went to get Pete's haircut then to the yacht club beach then lunch at the Bay.
We spent ...
... bus, so it was relatively easy to disembark at the right place. And to my surprise (and utmost relief) Stella was already there waiting for me with her husband and little girl! After a brief exchange of introductions, hellos, welcomes and thank you's they drove me to my new temporary home. Reflecting on the day and the outcome I could only breath a sigh of relief and repeat the gibberish I learned from childhood - Hakuna ...
... a variety of cases, including a horrific humerus (upper arm) fracture and a pericardial effusion (fluid around the heart). The staff were great and happy to have me around; this seems quite different from the experience some of my medical student friends are having on the normal wards.
Yesterday was a public holiday, the Tanzanian Independence day. We went out to a local tourist market and then to a lovely lunch at an Ethiopian restaurant. The food is served in a ...
... this new leg of our trip.
************* was like an island of cool luxury in a sea of teeming third world activity. Half our group went back into the frenzy to shop for our long journey on the bus to Arusha tomorrow. They confronted street sellers running through the bristling traffic. Anything from tea towels, dried grasshoppers, books, bike tyres, aprons, nuts, drinks, watches…..was available. Cars and truck ...