Protea Hotel Courtyard
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... me at 8am to fill me in on the plans and get me on the bus headed for Tanga. 8am rolled right on by, and with no prospects of people looking for me, I ventured in to the hostel kitchen for a delicious breakfast and a much needed coffee. About 9am I received word that someone would be coming at 10:30 - no biggy! Around noon I was starting to get a bit nervous, I had a name and a number I could call, but no real sense of ...
... 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!!!
... could not see where you had been, especially if it had been plastered, and was not covering the previous paint! ... So I was back the next day to paint it a creamy colour and make sure the paint was not watered down. ( the rest of the team were off on safari) it looks pretty good now ... Thank you very much to you all (from the group) for making me feel so welcomed and a part of your team, much appreciated, was lovely to meet you all ... Friday ...
... have 2nd class seater and 3rd class but it's absolutely not recommended as pick pockets are very active on the trains. I even read on a travel blog that a guy INSIDE a first class compartment got his backpack stolen out of the window because the train is so slow...pretty sure that's not gonna happen to me but don't wanna go in seater or 3rd class either because they don't have a compartment to close and I would have to watch my stuff all night long, which I cannot guarantee ...
... the high tide to come in and ship his body to Zanzibar. Our last stop for the day was to the Kaole Ruins about 5 km south of Bagamoyo, the Kaole Ruins with remnants of two mosques and a couple of tombs can be dated back to the 13th century, showing the importance of Islam in those early Bagamoyo times. It was a very full on but very interesting day for sure! This week I taught my first solo English lesson at school which was a bit nerve racking as the teachers disappeared and ...