Join the ferry ride to Kigamboni on a tuk-tuk over Dar es Salaam harbor mouth

Kobus and I have taken to rather attempt the city traffic in a tuk-tuk.  As Murphy’s law would have it, the ferry queue has been almost non-existent every time we have ordered a tuk-tuk, but the Dar es Salaam city congestion has still made it a much less stressful ride and experience every time!  We have spent some time shopping and eating at the local hang-outs like Slipway and Coral Ridge Spur, and returned home relaxed, even if a little dusty!

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About suletta

Fell in love again at age 50! And followed my man to Zanzibar, for him to set up a dairy farm. I managed to travel into Africa a few times in my life, always loving it and experience the "fever" that grips you on African soil - the one that especially the Europeans now and in years gone by, suffer from. Except I am an African by birth - a South African. A Mzungu.So I discovered at this late stage in my life (not that I feel old!) that some people find my babblings about life interesting, and I quote: "live their lives vicariously through me".
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