Protea Hotel Oysterbay Dar Es Salaam
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... people and just want bribes, this is not the first time we've heard this. It's a funny concept though- to avoid the Police when you've done nothing wrong.
Day 2 of Eating Our Way Around the Peninsula
The next day after some tea and toast we had a second Hobbit breakfast at Epid'Or, a nice French cafe, then went to Slipway a really nice collection of shops and had lunch at the Karambezi cafe at Sea Cliff. Vicky says she only goes there on rare ...
... women. Then in the afternoon I found out how serious Tanzanian's take their bible quizzes ... It might have all been in Swahili but I sure could feel and hear the tension and challenges, including the main one, which I was told was over the shortest verse in the bible ... And yes it is indeed the same as in English! ... Saturday evening saw us at another meeting which involved traditional costumes and dances from each corps (church) area of the ...
... care of everything, is the security man at night and seems to be the good soul of the hotel) gave me an immersion heater and instructions not to put my hand in the water while it's plugged in. He is really caring!! After a good warm shower I went back down into the lobby to use the internet. They also showed the Manchester City - Liverpool game that a bunch of young guys were enjoying! I had a good talk with the janitor! He told me that I was going to the farmlands ...
... on my key ring and the fascination with it is quite cute to watch. I had a lovely if different birthday on Wednesday which started 1/2 and hour early the night before when my kids back home gave me a surprise Skype call and sang happy birthday to me, was very cute indeed and was lovely. In the morning I had a lovely Skype with the parents and sister and took me ages to read all the birthday wishes on Facebook with made me feel very special and loved for sure and helped with the ...
... line, I grabbed my pack and headed to my driver who was to take me to Friendly Gecko guesthouse, my first place where I was staying.
Now I have to say that the drive from the airport to the guesthouse was probably the scariest parts of my trip thus far. Initially, it was what I expected--some locals selling items on the side of the paved road, a few cattle and goats here and there, and small amounts of traffic. However, as we moved down some of ...