Tag Archives: Dar es Salaam

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 … Continue reading

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A forgalom a Dar es Salaam


Írtam a veszélyt es es Salaam forgalmat. Megpróbáltuk tegnap megint, ezúttal elkapni a komp, de az utazás még mindig elvitt minket körülbelül 7 órán át oda és vissza, csak hogy vásároljon néhány élelmiszer a héten. Tudom, hogy az én olvasók, … Continue reading

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El tráfico en Dar es Salaam


He escrito sobre los peligros del tráfico de Dar es Salaam. Nos trataron de nuevo ayer, esta vez tomando el ferry, pero el viaje todavía nos llevó cerca de 7 horas ida y vuelta, sólo para comprar algo de comida … Continue reading

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A tour through Dar traffic!!


I have written about the hazards of the Dar es Salaam traffic.  We tried again yesterday, this time taking the ferry, but the trip still took us about 7 hours there and back, just to buy some food for the … Continue reading

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Dar es Salaam Zoo


After our recent visit to the beautiful Ruaha National Park and Mikumi National Park in Tanzania, we decided to visit the local Dar es Salaam Zoo on recommendation from a few Tanzanian friends. I don’t like zoos, as I hate … Continue reading

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Ruaha – probably the most exquisite gem in Tanzania, and often overlooked in favour of the more well-known Serengeti


This is part two of our trip into Tanzania this past week – a much deserved soul-break for Kobus and I. I quote from the brochure we were given by Sarah, the manageress at Kwihali Camp, after one of her … Continue reading

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National Parks of Tanzania – Mikumi


  Dar es Salaam, home to almost 10 million people and an infrastructure simply not coping with urbanisation, can play havoc with one’s state of mind – especially if like Kobus, you are a farmer, used to the wide open … Continue reading

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