Protea Hotel Oysterbay Dar Es Salaam
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... go through customs, which takes us outside the airport. And to get back in the airport to the “amenities” (a couple of stores, a gross bathroom and no restaurant) you need a boarding pass. Since our flight doesn’t leave for 11 hours, we’re not getting a boarding pass anytime soon.
So we get a taxi and head to a hotel, Tanzanite Executive Suites, in the city. Dar es Salaam is huge, dirty and seems a little seedy. ...
... plot. Every few minutes the two women would just start ******* themselves laughing again. Talking to the women was very interesting, sister Judy was from the Maasai but had been brought over to Zanzibar by a Canadian woman named Margaret who now runs a program for African women, teaching them skills like weaving, sewing, painting, henna tattooing etc and then these women go and sell these items and services and try to make a sustainable living. Sounds pretty cool. They have ...
... lot of hand washing this week, also mopped the floor (borrowed my friends mop so not have to hand clean) not that you can tell I even did it due to all the dust... Awoke yesterday morning to my first lot of heavy rain, sadly it is not refreshing or cooling rain, just wet! It did feel strange though to be walking to work in short sleeve shirt and a summer skirt when it was pelting down with rain! It only lasted till mid morning but did mean it was a cooler day ...
... too. Overall, it was a decent day though because we met some of the other volunteers who were part of the "Care" project, and it was nice to meet some new faces.
After that, we went to Mwenge to shop a little bit and then home for lunch. We spent the afternoon getting ready to go out to dinner with Christianne at a place called the Slipway. There were so many white people! It was a little upscale ...
... stayed in a small hotel amongst a puzzle of old narrow streets. We then had the day to ourselves so Nick, Mateo and I headed to a local restaurant to sample the highly regarded seafood...I was not let down by a mouth watering swordfish and avocado dish and we all shared a delicious chocolate brownie. The 3 of us then got a local to bring us out to prison island which we thought was only a nice beach for a game of frisbee but arrived to discover it was home to some of the world's ...