Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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... The kids were young, but there were many people watching. Yay for football all around the world.
Once we returned we showered and just talked and hung out because it was dark. We made and drank more smoothies for dinner because we were still pretty full from the buffet. Then Nicole and I watched Bling Ring which made me angry, but it wasn't terrible. And that's about it. Another ...
... until they could arrange a water truck delivery!
Day 1 of Eating Our Way Around the Peninsula
Whilst Andy went to work Vicky took us on part one of the peninsula tour. The peninsula seems to be where the majority of expats live and seems to be a bit of a bubble but it's a safer more pleasant place to live than the city. Vicky said she never spent her time in the city and had been there less than a handful of times.
Our first stop was ...
Wake up to chapati and banana breakfast with coffee!! Doing our laundry and chilling, reading and talking in the hammock in the shade all afternoon. Banana chapatis and coffee for lunch. Living the dream! Neighboring kids pour in shyly to check on the 3 muzungos. ...
... bowl, with the bowl itself actually being edible (one tears bits off and dips it in the food). With our bellies full we headed home for a nap – this hot weather and humidity is exhausting!!
Tonight we are going out to a local bar for Karaoke. Friday morning myself and a few of the other students will head off on a three-day safari!! Definitely looking forward to that.
Not long now before I'm back to Perth, see you all soon!!!
... Driving back towards Dar, we passed Mt Kilimanjaro but did not see much because of all the cloud cover. We spent the night in the mountains near Mkomazi NP, at the Irente Hilltop Lodge - a pleasant half way stop. Then on to Dar, in insane traffic and mad driving, to a carwash near the church, where we cleaned everything, packed it all away and handed out leftover food. We found a small bakery to buy ...