Protea Hotel Oysterbay Dar Es Salaam
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... I'm still in disbelief that we actually climbed that thing. It feels like a dream or actually a nightmare haha. We stopped on the way to take pictures with Mt Kilimanjaro as we never had a chance to see the mountain peak from the base. We flew back to Dar. Karen and I had one snickers bar left (we bought lots of snickers to give us energy and motivation each day while climbing Kilimanjaro). We ate the last one as we flew by ...
... are the same as tuk tuks in Thailand, so basically taxis.
We ate at a very nice restaurant outside connected to a hotel and casino with all types of food. I got seafood skewers with shrimp, fish, rice, and vegetables and it was realllllyyyyy delicious. We had some good talks and laughs. And I need to learn some more Swahili besides hello, welcome, thank you, and goodnight. I will probably learn some Finnish while I'm here too. Anyways, now ...
... the busy buzz of this country, especially at the ferry. Stefan, Juma and me ger lost in Bajaj on way home from beach due to Juma's "shortcut". The guy is nice but worth two a penny. Mango and banana pancakes at Nicole's. Bosco gives us a lift to the ferry and we hang out on Holiday Inn's roof top restaurant for a late dinner and drinks. Goodbye at airport to Juma and Muba. Nina sad and confused. Sarah tired. The end of a great adventure. ...
... with air con tonight and we both promptly stood under the vent on the AC and took it in. I'm not sure you'll get us out of this room. We are ridiculously spoiled in North America. Thankfully, the people we've talked to as individuals have been very friendly. Today on the bus, I talked with my seat mate and she offered to help us get a fair price on a taxi at the bus station. The bus station in Dar es Salaam is incredibly busy and intimidating. Being ...
... and how they always run (well in most cases move very fast the way they can, eg crawl, shuffle hop etc) to greet me, reminds me that in spite of all the frustrations it is definitely well worth it! This week has been a much more productive week so long may it continue ... A couple of Saturdays ago I attended the birthday party for July/Aug/Sep children at school. The children have ...