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... . Finally, after 15 hours on the road, cramped together in the vehicle, we pulled into Karibuni (meaning Friendship) Centre, in Mbeya, a guesthouse run by a local mission. This is where we parted for the night. Luckily we had ten minutes to order ...
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... the passengers were still missing and the bus was only moving slowly and revving up its engine to rush the passengers. Damn. I reached Mbeya at 7:30pm where I met Deus Gratius (Thank the Lord in Latin I think) who also came with me on the same ...
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... la bouche une fois pour qu’ils sachent que je viens d’ailleurs et que les prix du marché augmentent ! » Mbeya est suffisamment proche de la frontière du Malawi pour y passer une nuit avant de franchir un autre pays… par ...
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... was trying to suss out our border crossing plans which were unfortunately almost non existent so he had made a wasted trip. We arrived at Mbeya Peak hotel and again the taxi driver came in with me to check out the room. I would understand it if they had ...
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... and across the river to the Tanzanian Immigration. A 2km walk to the next town to where I could grab a bus. A bus to Mbeya. Chris – My new travel buddy At the Malawi border I met a 31 year old South Korean guy named Chris who I would ...
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... at least once today but nope. None of that here, one of the cops even gave a fistbump after saying "Jah never die". I quite like Mbeya, seems like a chill enough place to spend a few days but Lake Malawi is only a stones throw away and the warm heart of ...
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