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Day 9 Feb 23 In the morning we met two Russians from Siberia who were staying at our hotel. Looks like they successfully sold some timber or some other natural resource, and decided to explore Africa, not being limited by the budget. Compared to us, they didn't have any specific plans and were just taking different transports to travel from Uganda …
... with animal smells and woodsmoke and the acrid scent from bushes that elephants have been eating. Words don't do it justice that is for sure. We have said a number of times that Tanzanian soil is made of poo and bones . Tonight we walked out on the patio of the lodge to watch the sunset. Three Maasai were sitting on a low stone wall and they pointed to the tree above my head. A black and white colubus monkey was sitting right above ...
We flew from Ruaha to Selous as the only three passengers on our plane. Here we stay in a large permanent tent that has a roof covering it, a wooden porch surrounding it on two sides. Inside is a double bed and two singles, a desk and chair, a night stand, a permanent wall with a door that separates the bathroom which has two sinks a flush toilet, and a solar heated shower. There is electricity between the hours of 8 and ...
... Town, old Zanzibar Town, with George, guided by Hamad. Stone Town has a history as the hub of a thriving city state for much of the past 1000 years. The town is in a gracious state of decay, similar, though not as large or impressive as the dying city of Venice. Hamad did a fine job of introducing the highlights, including a sobering visit to the Slave Market, where somewhere around 2 million slaves were sold out of East Africa, mostly destined for ...
From Dar, we took tuk tuks and then ferries to get to Zanzibar island. The crossing was really smooth, as there weren't many waves - much different than the way back. We arrived in Stone Town, and had the day to wander around. It's a really beautiful little town, with a neat mix of African, Arab, and ...
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