Southern Sun Dar Es Salaam
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... which was very interesting in deed, including an auction for a chicken and a goat! ... It was a shorter meeting, only going till 11pm (started at 8pm, even though programme said 7pm lol, good old African time lol ) ... Sunday started with a prayer walk around the compound which was a lovely time to just chill and focus on God and being with Him ... The last meeting was another full on meeting and went on for 1/2 hour after it was ...
This morning we left to get the ferry to Zanzibar. We crammed ourselves into the local ferry/barge again and made the way across the harbour, to then walk around the bay to catch the ferry across to Zanzibar, the trip across was beautiful and only took an hour and a half. Zanzibar is predominantly a Muslim area, so shorts and a singlet were out, long skirts and scarves to cover my shoulders were in. And it was hot, only 29 but it was so humid ...
... wind down of shower, toilet and a meal. Another early night with an option of an early morning safari. We decided against the optional activity in favour of a lie in. We deserve it. Apologise to our mothers for the lack of contact, wifi in Africa is appalling at best but know that we are both well and as you can tell from the blog, enjoying ourselves. We will ring you as soon as we find wifi that is not powered by a guy on a bike. Deano & Webby - who goes to Africa for wifi anyway? ...
... feeling that we will all see each other again someday, because we all got along
so well. But it will never be under the same circumstances as this trip, and
that is truly special. I got as much out of this trip as I possibly could, and I
am so blessed that I had amazing people by my side the whole way. And of
course, the four of us would not have survived without Jerry, George, and
Gilbert. I am going to miss them popping up in ...
... the first night began to make up for it, though we both felt a little hot and bothered after another busy feeling day without any chilled exploration fuelled by being inquisitive alone. In between rushing it was soon apparent that the roads in Dar were mostly complete, and that the city buildings were of significantly better construction than Malawi. Shops were more diverse, and sold diverse things. This felt ...