After a stop at the hotel for a quick refresh, we all headed downtown Arusha to eat street food at Khan’s BBQ. We all ate BBQ chicken, Nan bread and some beef kabob on a street corner in the middle of a bustling evening in the city.
The chicken was not as spicy as I thought it would be, and the Nan bread was sooo yummy! I have not had any Nan bread as good in my life!
Sitting in the evening light in good conversation with the sound of Muslim call to prayer echoing through the streets. Something is not heard in the US very often and it has an eerie sound to it. Street dogs begging close by for scraps of food, and having rocks thrown at them to keep them away. Eating street food in Africa without getting sick was a relief. It seemed normal sitting in the street lights in the middle of Arusha and having a sense of magic in the air that only happens once in a lifetime
Tick tock the clock is ticking down to the big day, and this was one last bridesmaids activity until rehearsal night. I cannot believe we are almost there, six more weeks until the day my best friend gets married and three weeks until I pick up my dress! Seem like yesterday when she asked me […]
I would love very much rewind back the weekend of the bachelorette weekend. It went by way to fast and I wish I could do it all over again with an extra day thrown in there! I cannot believe it has come and gone because it was one of the best weekends in a long […]
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