Sleep Inn Hotel

Address: Lumumba Road / Mahiwa St., Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Lumumba Road / Mahiwa St., Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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      Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

      A long over due update

      A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Aug 27, 2014

      7 photos

      ... getting my coffee and making it back to the group, I started to feel very shaky, hot and dizzy! ... Got back to the compound and ended up going to my friends so they could keep an eye on me, Monday was no better but no worse either so spent most of the day sleeping at my friends place (sadly it meant I didn't get to say goodbye to the mission team, but I could only make it from the couch to the toilet without falling over .... Tuesday I actually ...

      I just wanna go home!

      A travel blog entry by travelsake on Aug 09, 2014

      ... taxi” (I think it’s just a friend of the front desk chick taking us to the airport in his car) picked us up at 10am, August 9th, to take us to the Kigali, Rwanda airport for our 1pm flight back to Tanzania. We get to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania at about 4pm and now have to wait until 3:30am for our flight to Istanbul. The kicker, since we came in from another country we’re on an international flight and have to go claim our ...

      Stone town wonders

      A travel blog entry by natleith on Jul 22, 2014

      22 photos

      ... sweating sitting and reading a book. Zanzibar was settled very early by Africans then became a hub for Arab and Persian immigrants fleeing political war and famine. The name Zanzibar is actually the combination of two Arabic words Zinj meaning blacks and barr meaning land in Arabic the translation Land of Blacks, the intermingling of all these cultures and languages gave rise to a totally new language which is Swahili, Swahili is now the ...

      From Dar to Zanzibar

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Jan 15, 2014

      7 comments, 11 photos

      ... delicious cooking and had the opportunity to meet everyone. An absolutely wonderful British couple, Ed and Georgina, George for short, invited me to go to the beach with them the following day, which sounded great! The first night I retired early, and I have to say, it was the hardest night to sleep--I was tossing and turning and trying to get adjusted to sleeping with a mosquito net. I was both petrified to get bit, but more ****** off that once ...

      Zanzibarbarians!

      A travel blog entry by mattgottwald on Nov 10, 2013

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... are second in size only to the tortoises on the Galapagos islands and were huge! You can feed and stroke them as they seemed completely indifferent to humans and just ignored us. We also got a good hour snorkeling before we headed to the beautiful beaches in the north at Nungwe. We stayed about 30m from a perfect white-sand beach and spent a couple of blissful days enjoying crystal clear water, great reefs to snorkel, delicious cocktails made with fresh fruit and some of ...