After a month long travel in Africa; beautiful beaches of Seyshelles, the work around Victoria Falls and the Safari in Tanzania; Mr. And Mrs. Eeuwens had a day to spare in Dar es salaam after short Stone Town visit.
We started the program with traditional visit to Kivukoni Fish Market. We walked along the waterfront and luckly the Old Boma was open. A visit there worth more. We spend a hour learning about the growth of Dar es salaam City from the old Mzizima Fishing village to today’s metropolis.
Important part was seeing busy men and women at the fish market. The way division of labor is maintained with men as fishers, women placking scales and cooking.
It was a nice experience for me as a guide to spend and get to know Mr. John and his wife Monica. The Eeuwens have great knowledge and things to teach. Our tour was both ways as we chatted on other issues from Politics, Economy, Business and well History.
The Maze Chase Kariakoo is want fascinated Monica more. She ended up saying, “If it’s not found in Kariakoo, It’s not found anywhere else” this doesn’t signify only the area of Kariakoo but the importance of it as the largest market of East and Central Africa.
The day went too fast to keep writing everything down, it might have been the same story you read somewhere else but for us today it was beautiful; enjoy these pictures below.
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