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... So we got hang out with them and feed them for while, some were the ripe old age 165! We played frisbee in the water until the boat took us back as the sun set - perfection! That night we went out for dinner and celebrated Cousa's birthday as he left his teenage years behind. Myself and Nick ended up befriending some people on their holidays from Kuwait and 2 Swedish guys on a volunteer programme. Fahad from Kuwait was a very nice, very wealthy guy and had his driver (wouldn't ya ...
... stew, pineapple juice).
We were back in our hotel at about 16.00. It was a budget hotel run by Muslims. We paid USD 25 for a room with private bathroom. Our room was very basic, a little bit dirty, its bathroom in quite disastrous conditions; however, we still found it to be a good value for the given price. We spent the rest of the afternoon inside of our room making more specific itineraries for ...
... African journey.
We leave Dar es Salaam at 05:00 in the morning to avoid the horrendous traffic of the city. It is definitely recommended, far less traffic and this time we take the ferry and go through the city and not around the city. En route we travel past the Baobab Valley between Morogoro and Iringa. It is amaizing to see such a high concentration of these giant trees over a 15 km stretch. At 16:00 we arrive at "The ...
... grounds. There is absolutely no common arrangement with this rule.
Aircraft is a flying coffin. Can tap pilot on shoulder and ask him the time it's that small. It's about 15 seats and we skim across the water at 2,500ft before descending into Dar Es Salam. Great view of the landing over pilot's shoulder.
It's now 1800hrs. Am to be met by transfer for the cruise train. Rail station is 5 miles away so a matter of minutes transfer. Except no one there to meet and ...
... us he had booked a taxi for me to go to the
hospital as he was worried about my health. A chaotic ride into the city
which involved a ferry crossing. The queue was HUGE, but nothing the
driver couldnt solve with a quick bribe of a policeman! At Aga Khan
Hospital I was directed to a registration room where I was issued a
Tanzanian Health Card, complete with ID photo!. Then straight in to a
nurse who took blood pressure etc, ...
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