Tues 23rd Feb, Tana Guest House, Mombasa, Kenya Today was another full day of travel, with me blitzing through the towns. From Zanzibar to Dar Es Salaam, by boat, we arrived at 6am. The nice Zanzibari guy from the boat
Mon 22nd Feb, Ferry to Mainland Dar, TanzaniaI woke up early and spent a great chunk of the morning walking around Stone Town and taking in the architecture. The streets and alleys were in close proximity of each other, and
Sun 21st Feb, Haven Guesthouse, Zanzibar, Tanzania Zanzibar, the name brings to mind other similarly mythical sounding places like Timbuktu (that exists too!). The island however, was just a four hour boat ride away now. In ancient times, the Zanzibar
Sat 20th Feb, Kibodya Hotel, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Dar Es Salaam is the unofficial capital of Tanzania. The administrative capital is in boring Dodoma, but Dar is where everyone else comes to for everything else. Today’s agenda was simple.
Fri 19th Feb, Kibodya Hotel, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania And so the story goes, at 2am on this Fri morning, a sleepy traveler boarded the bus bound for Dar Es Salaam. He read that the journey takes 12 to 14
Sat 13th Feb, On a bus to Nairobi From Kahama to Mwanza. I took the TML bus, a four hour trip to Mwanza. I was asleep 80% of the time, but the time i was awake, we passed through town
Fri 12th Feb, Brashi Guest House, Kahama, Tanzania Bother. That’s it, i’ve gone and gotten myself robbed. I was headed towards the Taqwa bus station in the morning at 530am when one of the bandits popped out and walked towards