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We flew from Kigali to Dar Es Salaam in a Bombardier CRJ700. I thought of my brother-in-law Pierre who works for Bombardier as a pilot as I sat on the tarmack waiting for take-off. Nice little jet! As we flew over Tanzania, Dawna excitedly told me look out the window and there in the distance we saw Mount Kilimanjaro poking through the clouds. I …
... It felt so good afterwards knowing we did it!!! All sweaty and dirty; also it was a great work out under the ground! Hahha! & it was so dark down there! My pics didn't succeed. About prices it's hard to say as we didn't pay anything; everything was up to school who did this in the way to say us thank you. Ah, actually slave market was 6000($4) which is worth the price:). Interesting fact: 1. People here have weird names: heaven flower, clever, happy, madam, ...
... were arrested, but are out on bail - a bit sobering. Wonder whether we should be leaving now, while nothing's happened, but throw caution to the wind, and continue exploring. Walk down on the beach, checking out the Tembo Hotel, which is not old, but done in historic style. Continue on to the point, but it's high tide, and we can't get around, so have to backtrack. Wander various old alleyways, seeing more examples of the doors, some of which are replicas, and others ...
... but no one in them. My senses were alive with the experience but I must say I was slightly concerned at my fate. I was half expecting a pirates of the Caribbean moment as the moon revealed I was in fact onboard an old slaving ship haunted by skeletons. It's a sobering thought that over half a million slaves drowned in Dhow shipwrecks in these waters during the Sultans reign. They would have traveled in equally overloaded dhows but with no hope of escape due to their heavy ...
... We do. Dock at 1655hrs. 25mins to go. Ethiopian stewardess opens the door and tells ground crew that I urgently need to catch a 1720hrs flight. Small woman with radio leaps into action. Except no one is replying to her call backs. She's under 5 feet tall. We walk very slowly. Almost scoop her up and run with her. But it's too hot for all that.
Come on. Come on. Chop chop. Can't you walk any faster?! Finally. Someone responds to her distress call about ...