Traveling in Tanzania is not cheap, it’s not as cheap as India, but backpacking you can save some money and it’s also a way to experience the country with the locals.
The art of negotiating
Negotiating in Tanzania is the norm and it can actually be quite fun if you learn how to do it; here are some rules I suggest to follow.
Jambiani, another place I fell in love with, in the South-eastern coast of Zanzibar.
Beach boys in Kendwa
A super relaxing holiday in Kendwa, Zanzibar, not really what I was looking for.
Postcard from Stone Town
Some pictures from Stone Town, Zanzibar, a town that I have come to love and appreciate so much I would live here for some time.
Three days in Stone Town
I am enjoying my stay in Stone Town, befriending locals, visiting the Slave Market and Prison Island, drinking coffe and playing domino.
First days in Stone Town
The first days in Stone Town I tried to avoid tourist traps and people interested only in my money; but soon I found the pretty things in town.
Thoughts about travelling solo
Some thoughts on traveling alone or with friends, on telling your travels through a diary or blog, on memories and friendship.
How to make Ugali in 11 moves
The receipe to make ugali that was given to me by Saidi in Kilwa, Tanzania.
In Kilwa I saw some luxurious resorts for wealthy Westerners, I visted Kilwa Kivinje with the German Boma and a lively fish market.
Lindi seduced me with its laid back atmosphere, the beach, locals dancing and singing, new friends telling me their stories and teaching Swahili.
First days in Lindi
First days in Lindi, short tour of the town, new friends and chats with locals, singing at the beach, football games.