Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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... north of Dar. A very nice stopover - lovely camping, cold beers and a swim in the warm Indian ocean.
The next day was a long day in the car, and Milly and Leon's eyes were opened at the appallingly bad driving in Tanzania. There were gasps and shrieks from the back seat for the first few hours, and then it went quiet - not sure if that was good or bad! We got to Mto wa Mbu, ...
... hand, and told him to come back to get it cleaned in a few days.
After that man left, a nice young woman came in and had a small white noodle-looking thing removed from her arm. "Family planning" device is what the doctor called it.
Afterward, I went home to check on Megan. She was a lot sicker, but thankfully my host mom jumped into gear and was ready to go to the ends of the earth to help my roommate.
Carried on from no water camp into very urban Dar. Unlike any other city we've been to the locals were all not too used to muzungus. We had some shouting and once a plant thrown at us! The city itself is very congested and busy but still has a different feel to other places we've been to. Arrived at our ...
... Zanzibar on Saturday. I hung out with the Friendly Gecko's volunteers, who all pay a set fee to both live in the guesthouse and to volunteer at several local schools for children ages 3-7/8. There were about 6-7 volunteers at any given time, and during my stay, they were all from Germany or Switzerland. They invited me for pizza at DJ Burger, not to be confused with DJ Baby Bok Choy, where I had some pretty solid Hawaiian pizza. I chose Hawaiian because ...
... the best seafood I've ever had! We said goodbye to our final German today, Gregor, who's off to climb Kilimanjaro... And then there were 7! He is a rally fun guy and him leaving makes it feel like the beginning of the end of Africa (for me, not Africa completely!). After the beaches of Malawi and Zanzibar we now head north for some more game drives. First stop tonight is a snake reserve before we head into the Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater. Bring on the elusive ...