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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... stops to bribe the corrupt police for made up offences. Towards the end of the day we hit some amazing scenery as the land got more mountainous and we travelled along twisting road following a river through a valley. Our stop for the night was at a nice campsite by this river and we set our tent up between to huge baobab trees. We stayed up at the bar quite late due to some cheap drinks before heading off to bed to be ready for another day of ...
Once we reached our destination, Emmanuel helped me bring my bags up to the third floor of an apartment building and showed me into a cozy one-level apartment. My host mom was there to greet us and to ask if I needed any water, food, medicine, etc. She informed me that the water was out that day, so if I wanted to shower, it would be a bucket with a cup. At that point, I just wanted to let everyone back home know I made it safe and sound and then go to sleep! Instead, I ...
... 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 ...
... however, we took this opportunity and walk through no less famous Kariakoo Market.
BASIC FACTS ABOUT THE VILLAGE MUSEUM
- There are more than 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania. Most of them have their own language, beliefs and different way of life.
- The Village Museum exhibits the Tanzanian culture through different designs of traditional houses and their artifacts. ...
... drivers in Dar who simply stand beside you waiting I am sorry to say I may have started the next evolution of annoying ness).
I asked to be taken to the city center and I busily read up on the budget accommodation options in the backseat. I asked to go to the Jambo Inn and was told it was closed for renovations (oldest trick in the book). So instantly on the defensive I implied that I wanted to go there anyway. Can you imagine my face when it turns out it was ...