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  1. #1632
    Quote Originally Posted by Golds  [View Original Post]
    Flights outside the EU are NOT permitted to do in case of tourism!

    So you will be NOT insured by your home country! Good luck for all these who wanted to travel this way.

    In case of sickness, accidents, patriation etc. You will need to pay everything by your own. A couple of hundreds dollars per night is not uncommon in an African hospital.
    Where you got your infos from? I am with Neddy --your infos are WRONG!

    On the health insurance topic: some travel insurance companies exclude payments (Allianz), but many others do not have an exclusion of Covid-caused treatments by travelling to a restrcited country. Except its war zone.

  2. #1631

    Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by Amha  [View Original Post]
    The medium of education in Uganda is English. All Ugandans who have completed basic school are fluent in English and are comfortable to converse in English. In Tanzania, schooling is in Swahili until very recently. Only those who have entered University are comfortable in the use of the English language. This is the reason, in my opinion, why Tanzanian women appear to be reserved when conversing in English. If you were a Swahili speaker you'd find it easier to chat with Tanzanian women.
    This is true. Language could be one of the barriers.

  3. #1630

    If you want to go

    If someone is trying to get actual info about flying to Tanzania:

    I flew from Amsterdam to Dar es Salaam in July 2020. Direct flight.

    In Dar there was a temperature test, that's all.

    Flew back to Amsterdam in August 2020. Direct flight.

    Nothing at EU end, no questions asked or tests.

    In EU Tanzania is not considered high risk country because the official numbers are low.

    So if you have the urge, just go already.

    Some places in Dar and ZNZ are closed because of the lack of tourist, but there are no restrictions of any kind, and this applied to girls also.

  4. #1629
    Quote Originally Posted by Amha  [View Original Post]
    The medium of education in Uganda is English. All Ugandans who have completed basic school are fluent in English and are comfortable to converse in English. In Tanzania, schooling is in Swahili until very recently. Only those who have entered University are comfortable in the use of the English language. This is the reason, in my opinion, why Tanzanian women appear to be reserved when conversing in English. If you were a Swahili speaker you'd find it easier to chat with Tanzanian women.
    Spot on analysis. It pays to acquire basic Kiswahili for Tanzania. There's pussy in abundance. Kabisa.

    Neddy.

  5. #1628

    Wrong

    Quote Originally Posted by Golds  [View Original Post]
    Flights outside the EU are NOT permitted to do in case of tourism!

    So you will be NOT insured by your home country! Good luck for all these who wanted to travel this way.

    In case of sickness, accidents, patriation etc. You will need to pay everything by your own. A couple of hundreds dollars per night is not uncommon in an African hospital.
    Your information is plainly wrong. There was a recommendation of the EU commission banning non essential travel outside the EU. That ban has been lifted long time ago, as travel is a basic right of any EU citizen. Nobody prevents you from leaving.

    Then you have to look on a case by case basis where your insurer is located and if your home country has issued a travel warning for your country of destination. Check with your particular travel insurance.

    As the cost of an hospital it's cheaper than you think with the exception of intensive care. Usually a hospitalization in the Aga Khan one of the best private hospitals in Kenya is affordable. Mate of mine paid for 9 days 700 usd. He was hospitalized for Dengue fever. That included all infusions etc.

    Neddy.

  6. #1627
    Quote Originally Posted by Amadeuss  [View Original Post]
    I think you are mixing up the process of leaving your home country and then the procedure to get into the destination country as well if you have to undergo a compulsary Covid test on arrival back home.

    From Europe you can fly to several countries worldwide. At check in you will get controlled if you fulfil the restriction at your final destination (Covid Cert etc). Do your research on the government sites. There are excellent informations available.
    Flights outside the EU are NOT permitted to do in case of tourism!

    So you will be NOT insured by your home country! Good luck for all these who wanted to travel this way.

    In case of sickness, accidents, patriation etc. You will need to pay everything by your own. A couple of hundreds dollars per night is not uncommon in an African hospital.

  7. #1626
    Quote Originally Posted by JonesLover  [View Original Post]
    I am still looking for an interesting city like Kampala to find nice regular girls and to spend one week with them. Certainly not now but when everything is back to normal.

    Anyway now I like to understand better. I'm trying to talk to some nice girls in Dar es Salaam but I'm noticing not all are as interested to talk to me as the girls of Kampala.

    In Kampala if I talk to 10 girls, all the girls like to meet me. In my opinion Dar es Salaam is different, but maybe I'm wrong because I don't have experience about Dar es Salaam girls.

    My question: is Dar es Salaam culture more conservative than Kampala culture? Maybe this is the difference between the two cities?

    Could you explain well?
    The medium of education in Uganda is English. All Ugandans who have completed basic school are fluent in English and are comfortable to converse in English. In Tanzania, schooling is in Swahili until very recently. Only those who have entered University are comfortable in the use of the English language. This is the reason, in my opinion, why Tanzanian women appear to be reserved when conversing in English. If you were a Swahili speaker you'd find it easier to chat with Tanzanian women.

  8. #1625

    Tanzania is more conservative than Uganda?

    I am still looking for an interesting city like Kampala to find nice regular girls and to spend one week with them. Certainly not now but when everything is back to normal.

    Anyway now I like to understand better. I'm trying to talk to some nice girls in Dar es Salaam but I'm noticing not all are as interested to talk to me as the girls of Kampala.

    In Kampala if I talk to 10 girls, all the girls like to meet me. In my opinion Dar es Salaam is different, but maybe I'm wrong because I don't have experience about Dar es Salaam girls.

    My question: is Dar es Salaam culture more conservative than Kampala culture? Maybe this is the difference between the two cities?

    Could you explain well?

  9. #1624

    Best Western Coral Beach Dar es Salaam hotel review

    BW Coral Beach is in Masaki, not the BW Peninsula near the Q-Bar.

    This is a very nice 4 star seaside resort type hotel. Clean, quiet and well kept.

    Bit pricey normally. I got a ocean view suite with balcony for 140 usd, maybe a bit of corona times discount there.

    Room very nice, everything works. Also quite nice sea view, you can hear waves crashing in. Only rooms that have decent views are on the upper floors of the Tanganyika wing (suites). Other rooms are cheaper but scattered around or at lower levels.

    Breakfast good for local standards, eggs made to order with small buffet (sausages, pancakes etc). They delivered to room also.

    Girl friendly. When asked reception said that guest should have ID, but I had 3 lady visitors and was not asked.

    Location is not the best, it's on the north end of Msasani peninsula, and there is nothing much around there so you will be taking uber all the time. Uber is cheap and usually arrived within minutes so not a problem but FYI. Havoc is pretty near but you probably won't walk that at night.

    Visited July 2020.

  10. #1623
    Quote Originally Posted by FunkyGallo  [View Original Post]
    Have you tried? In case you did can you kindly tell me which airport and which company did you use. I'm desperately trying a way to reach my favorite monger destination but what scares me is booking for a flight and then they won't allow me to board the plane because Tanzania is not on the list of the countries considered safe by the EU.
    I think you are mixing up the process of leaving your home country and then the procedure to get into the destination country as well if you have to undergo a compulsary Covid test on arrival back home.

    From Europe you can fly to several countries worldwide. At check in you will get controlled if you fulfil the restriction at your final destination (Covid Cert etc). Do your research on the government sites. There are excellent informations available.

  11. #1622
    Quote Originally Posted by Muzungufotsy  [View Original Post]
    Completely false information. You can go to at least 10 African countries with an EU passport. As for Tanzania no problem to go there as a tourist with a valid test.
    Have you tried? In case you did can you kindly tell me which airport and which company did you use. I'm desperately trying a way to reach my favorite monger destination but what scares me is booking for a flight and then they won't allow me to board the plane because Tanzania is not on the list of the countries considered safe by the EU.

  12. #1621

    Confusion number 5

    To add to further confusion. The latest version.

    In view of this, the Government has slightly modified the Travel Advisory No. 4. of 20 thJuly, 2020 and come-up with version No 5, effective from 05th August 2020 to accommodate additional measures related to international travel as follows:

    1. All travelers whether foreigners or returning residents entering or leaving The United Republic of Tanzania will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19 infection. There will be no 14 days mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

    2. All travelers whether foreigners or returning residents whose countries or Airlines require them to get tested for COVID-19 and turn negative, as a condition for traveling, will be required to present a certificate upon arrival. Travelers from other countries with symptoms and signs related to COVID-19 infection, will undergo enhanced screening and may be tested for RT-PCR.

    But at least they don't have this useless app like Kenya you're supposed to download and measure fever daily.

    Neddy.

    Who's finalizing travel details. Back in the fold of mama Africa soon. After 5 month of untold suffering and tormenting in Covid19/ Sex prison.

  13. #1620
    Quote Originally Posted by Muzungufotsy  [View Original Post]
    Completely false information. You can go to at least 10 African countries with an EU passport. As for Tanzania no problem to go there as a tourist with a valid test.
    Did I state a matter of fact? Also old message, posted 5 weeks ago, in volatile corona times, useless.

  14. #1619
    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    Are you sure that plane is flying out on Monday? As far as I know the only African country the European Union is allowing flights to is Rwanda. I did hear about a flight to The Gambia but ordinary holidaymakers where not allowed to board. Only Gambians / residents returning home or businessmen.
    Completely false information. You can go to at least 10 African countries with an EU passport. As for Tanzania no problem to go there as a tourist with a valid test.

  15. #1618

    EU allowed flights

    Quote Originally Posted by TailPipe  [View Original Post]
    Are you sure that plane is flying out on Monday? As far as I know the only African country the European Union is allowing flights to is Rwanda.
    How come? I thought I also saw Algeria, Tunisia, and Morocco on the list.

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