Protea Hotel Oysterbay Dar Es Salaam
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... seem so confusing but you soon begin to recognize the shop selling soap and coke and cereal, just down from the stall filled with trinkets. Around the corner is the video game shop with six TVs on opposite walls and twenty four little boys on hard backed chairs playing soccer games. Next door is an alley lined with large garish badly executed paintings and beyond that a shop making leather flip flops. There's a small park ...
... bus, and add a 150,000km or so to the clock. Open all the windows and fill the bus with 20 people. Then take a further 20 people and cram them in wherever you can- sitting on laps, bums in faces, hanging out the window etc. Now you have a Dala Dala. With my vertigo I decided once was enough, and now take either a taxi, or a Bajaj (tuk tuk) for short distances.
Muhimbili hospital is the large tertiary referral hospital for Dar. The emergency department is staffed by ...
... beautiful! Sometimes I even had to get off because he was going over curbs and runlets. We were weaving our way through traffic. It was quite a fun ride and pretty interactive as I had to jump off and on or lifting my legs. He was a good driver, too! Arriving at the bus station I was of course surrounded by people that wanted to help me out...most of them are touts which is really annoying...a tuktuk driver in front of the station recommended New Force bus company for going ...
... hit you! One activity I have been using this week has been bubbles, children's love and fascination with bubbles is the same the world over! I love just watching their faces light up and smiles and laughter happen when I bring them out, fun times :-) We have 2 public holidays this week, just not sure yet (Sunday afternoon) when, all depends on the moon ... Maybe Mon/Tue or Tue/Wed Till next time Kwa heri from Dar Es ...
... were really excited to have two volunteers on board.
Today we learned about malaria, TB, and pneumonia. Many of the children in the pediatric ward had at least one of those sicknesses. Quite a few children, one as young as eleven months, had severe burns as well.
It was extremely sad to see all the babies and children cry. I think I'd be crying, too though if there was a herd ...