Sea Cliff Court
Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam
... when I need them. They made everything as easy for us as they
possibly could, they are miracle workers. I love them all.
Well, I took a nap in the middle of this entry, so now it is about
time for Gilbert to come take me to the airport to catch my flight. I will most
likely post about my travels home if interesting things should arise, and I’m
sure I’ll have a few more reflective entries after ...
... at Slipway and all the kids played in the park and on the beach. The boys have had a great evening in the pool at Alexanders and an early tea and bed. Fiona, Paul and I have had a great meal and wine by the pool. Early rise tomorrow with flights to Songea at ...
... we don't tell Manuela while she's away in Arusha as there's nothing she can do from there, we're sorting things out as best we can while she's away, and I don't want to ruin her time there with something like this. I hope that's the right choice.
At dinner I talk to Lena about the room, and then I ask her if Omary works here as I'm going to Barclays with him tomorrow to get money. The guy next to me, Elliot, overhears the conversation and says that he has a ...
... the window this time. Sorry fellow passengers, I know you'd rather this than the alternative. We get biscuits and a drink – Leah gets a ginger beer which I immediately have drink envy for, but she had the last one, bad times.
We stop in the same places as on the way up, and at one point we do a seemingly pointless diversion – we turn off the road to the right, drive around a village, back towards the road, then turn right again straight back onto ...
... to him who is an orphan]'.
'People are widowed and orphaned by husbands dying from AIDS and because they have nothing and are in bad circumstances they do bad things to get money, so we should help them
so they don't do bad things'.
Dinner is late, it's getting to be usual now. This is fine, but it's a bit awkward sometimes sitting
downstairs with people trying to make conversation when you've seen them a few times today already ...