Sal Salinero Hotel
Travel Blogs from Moshi
... my bucket and jug but I'm getting used to it! I actually quite like the simplicity of it all. No fridge, no shower, no tv, and just a tap and a few buckets to wash everything with. I'm also getting used to the daily power cuts and doing everything by candlelight. Every time I step outside I see something new.
The people are still so warm and welcoming and the kids are so sweet. I've even been invited to my first African wedding next weekend so that will be interesting!
... fully immersed in the community!
It's like a bungalow of very basic self contained rooms. It's private with a key and electricity which is as far as luxuries go.
My kitchen consists of a rack with some basic utensils, and a gas cylinder to cook on with tin pots.
The bathroom? Well, it has a toilet but I have to flush it with a bucket of water. The shower? It's that bucket of water and jug I just spoke about. Sink? There is a sink but no running water. For some ...
... photo op! I will try and upload a photo when I am on wifi, just using a computer at the moment. We then went and had some dinner before calling it a night.
Just getting SIM cards and what not sorted just now at Vodafone and then catching a bus at 12 to Mkuu. Here's hoping all goes well and that the hospital are expecting us!
Lindsey, Hannah and Lucy
... to another
person’s house who had a generator).
It got to the stage that after we wanted to watch the final match of the six
nations (thank goodness for my friend Catherine and her family who have DTS)
after celebrating St.Patricks day on that Saturday (description given below) Catherine
and her husband Magnus were ringing the main engineer in charge of electricity
in Moshi saying what was the problem. Basically, about half of Moshi ...
... this too.
Robert had been asked to organise some media coverage for the event and so a newspaper reporter and a TV camerawoman were with them for the day. We don't know if Peter ...