Southern Sun Dar Es Salaam
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... was easy enough - but then we waited over an hour to get onto the ferry! In the sweltering heat, the journey seemed so much longer. However we got to camp before dark and found the bar soon enough for a nice drink after a long day!
The next day we just sat and enjoyed the beautiful beach, went for a swim, a really nice walk along the bay and then met our tour group in the evening.
... very confused!! Steve goes to rescue the plate of food, commenting, "that was not at all how I imagined that would happen...." Shortly after, 3 of us girls got a henna tattoo from two ladies who were walking around selling them. Steve offered them the plate of food, and they were a little confused until we told them the story. They started ******* themselves laughing, apparently the dude is a well known local "crazy man" who has been on some odd drugs for a while and has ...
... through the tall grass. Shortly after the warthog, we found some baboons, birds, and the first of many giraffes. I took quite a few pictures, but it definitely doesn't do the reserve justice. Throughout the morning, we spotted more giraffes, impalas, etc. Check out the pictures to see more! I think it's safe to say were all running on nothing but adrenaline after that eventful night. We ate lunch by a picturesque lagoon, took some pictures, and continued ...
... lounging we had done. We thought we should try to go on a city tour, see a museum or visit the crafts market, but after reading reviews online stating that there was nothing worth doing here, a $150 USD quote for half-day taxi service, and warnings from the hotel staff of robberies in the area, we thought better and stayed in bed.
We did rally enough later to go for a quick walk around the block. Upon walking ...
... house styles of different ethnic groups.
- The Village Museum was established in 1967 and it consists of 22 traditional houses and other structures.
- Traditional houses are still used in villages although some of them have disappeared or modified as a result cultural and social economic changes in the society.
- There are two main types of ...