Royal Mirage Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam
Waking up in Dar after a week in Tanzania, the air was noticeably warmer and wetter. Thankfully, we had access to and used (for the first time in Tanzania) hotel A/C.
Our leaders offered us a very open agenda for the day. We came to consensus on some shopping and arts excursions.
We walked from our hotel to Kariakoo market. The …
Questa mattina abbiamo lasciato Mafinga e salutato per l'ultima volta le
ragazze....meno timide dei primi giorni, solari con i loro sorrisi.
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La rappresentante dei professori ci ha fatto un regalo : un tanga tanga
Sono le loro stoffe di mille colori usate per gli abiti e …
... next to cement mixers. That’s for washing your hands. There’s lots of cries from the women along the lines of "has anyone got any tissues or wet wipes?".
Walk through the German cemetery and along the beach. The locals looking bemused at a group of white people in varying types of dress ambling through their manor.
The fish market further up the coast is a real native affair. An auction is under way ...
... who I booked through could not be
contacted, so I had to message Kathy at home and get her to start the
process. She struck problems too, but at midnight she called to say how
she had sorted things out, and we are booked JNB to Perth!
Currently sitting in Dar Es Salaam airport waiting for our flight to
JNB. This morning the tour departed to Zanzibar at 6 am. Our taxi was
booked for 9 am, but at 10 am he hadnt appeared - ...
... that my own card lay safe in my fanny pack. Oh hubris. Anyway, I got up nice and early this morning to catch the ferry over to Zanzibar. But on the way I thought, why not take out a bit of extra money? You don't know if you'll be easily be able to find a bank on the island and it is a truth universally acknowledged that having money is better than not having money. As I inserted the card into the machine I even thought, ha! wouldn't this be annoying if ...