New Africa Hotel
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Okay so. These last few days have been crazy (today is Sunday) and I haven't had time to write in my journal. So I'll try to remember what's been happening this weekend.
On Friday ("today"), Megan and I went to the hospital and enjoyed Megan's totally last day at the hospital and my first day in the labor ward. I tagged along with Kia, …
... using tennis balls kindly donated by a workmate before I left NZ, did go and buy some more here and quickly realised the difference between Tanzania tennis balls and New Zealand ones, NZ ones bounce, Tanzanian ones don't ! ... They children have really enjoyed having actual balls to play with as normally balls are made of rolled up socks ... The Sunday after my birthday saw me go to a local market to spend some money I was given ... I bought a ...
... watching movies on the iPad and reading my book. On the Saturday I once again joined my friends on an adventure, we went to explore Bagamoyo. Bagamoyo is located 75 kilometres north of Dar-es-Salaam on the coast of the Indian Ocean, close to the island of Zanzibar. The town of Bagamoyo, was founded at the end of the 18th century. It was the original capital of German East Africa and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast. Today the town has ...
... sounds of the street and the call to prayer being projected from a nearby mosque. We ordered Italian, which was really good. For dessert, the kitchen staff had made us a complimentary heart-shaped cheesecake. It was so important to them that we have a nice Valentine's, something we had not planned to celebrate. It warmed my heart. I hope the rest of our experiences in Tanzania are as sweet and wonderful as this.
- Beds are made out of bamboos sticks, sometimes rocks or just mud.
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- Children under 12 years old can share one room. Once they are older they must sleep in separate rooms (girls further from the entrance / corridor, boys closer to the entrance / ...