Jangwani Seabreeze Resort

Address: Africana Road Plot 95, Mbezi Beach, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania | Resort
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This resort, located on Africana Road Plot 95, Mbezi Beach, Dar es Salaam, is near National Museum, Village Museum, and Nyumba ya Sanaa.
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    Travel Blogs from Dar es Salaam

    July 4: Art, Shopping, and a Secret Restaurant

    A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 04, 2015

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    My fourth of July wasn't exactly patriotic, but it was a great day, and very different than what I could've imagined happening while in the U.S. Once I woke up, ate some oatmeal and gooseberries (all of the fruits are very good here by the way. I'd never tried those before, but they were good), and got ready, we headed out for a busy day of cool stuff. Most of it was technically just errands, but in a new place, everything is an adventure.

    So, first we went ...

    This is Africa

    A travel blog entry by jware on Jan 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... morning??!! This s**t is just crazy. Tired from both the mental Olympics of going back and forth with a limited English speaking Precision Air agent and physical heat of walking back and forth between the offices and ATM's for cash money for the new ticket, we took a load off and had some delicious hummus.

    Dar es Salaam has very strong Indian and Middle Eastern influences as a result of its prime port location. Many many ...

    An introduction to my school

    A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... Matumaini is interested in seeing all children receive a good education that will help them develop into productive citizens of Tanzania, whether they are rich or poor; able bodied or disabled. One reason that Matumaini always has a full number of students and even has a waiting list is because we are one of the few schools in Tanzania to offer primary school education to children with disabilities from all walks of life. Matumaini ...


    A travel blog entry by missmaddierue on Jul 01, 2014

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    ... were really excited to have two volunteers on board.

    Today we learned about malaria, TB, and pneumonia. Many of the children in the pediatric ward had at least one of those sicknesses. Quite a few children, one as young as eleven months, had severe burns as well.

    It was extremely sad to see all the babies and children cry. I think I'd be crying, too though if there was a herd ...

    Goodbye Tanzania

    A travel blog entry by asvanholm8 on Apr 11, 2014

    I really have learned so much on this trip. Ive learned how to cram into a minivan with 30 smelly, sweating people, bargain each and every little thing Ive had to buy, tolerate people I honestly really cannot stand, be stared at each and every moment I was in public, learned to be okay with being seriously comfortable for 9 weeks, communicate with locals who knew zero english, but most importantly I have learned some amazing life skills. ...