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Journey to Kenyan border

7th November 2010

We are on the road again – for the last time...

We leave at 6am, and I am glad to get away from the campsite – too many women vying for 3 toilets, 2 showers and 1 washing-basin... Finding toilet paper became a treasure hunt...

I thought it would be really noisy during the night and feared a repeat of Kande beach when I found a woman in the bathroom shaving her legs and putting on her make-up for an expected party, but it remained relatively quiet – as quiet as it can be when there is a bar and about 100 people...

We drive back through Arusha and then through the Mount Mehu foothills, where the landscape reminds me of the Scottish highlands. We even end up in the fog!

The only thing that destroys the illusion is yet another bumpydibum road that seems to go on forever – actually it only ends at the Kenyan border.

I am sure one day the journey between Tanzania and Kenya will run really smoothly...

Posted by TTraveller 07:11 Archived in Tanzania

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