The Town of Moshi - Part 1

The town of Moshi itself had many things to see.
We spent 2 days in Moshi before we began the climb up Kilimanjaro.
 

I found this fairly odd. Notice
the statue of the soldier in the
background. A one man
"Iwo jima" perhaps.


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This was the headquarters of
Zara. Zara was the local outfitter
that coordinated much of our
climb. The sight of this building
as their headquarters was a
little worrisome.


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A typical city bus through Moshi.
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A nice rotary in
downtown Moshi.

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Whether the fire is burning trash
in the street or the results of a
rebel uprising , we Americans
only care about enjoying
ourselves.

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I find it funny that the sign on the
top of the tow truck says
" Towing Done At Owner Risk "

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Careful, or this well hidden police
speed trap will catch you.

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It is very cool how the locals use
bamboo to support much of the
structures during construction.
Notice the top floor is much supported
by bamboo.

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The Coffee Shop.
Our favorite place to buy
yummy mamosa's.


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The place I had, and later regretted,
the infamous "meat pizza"

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Some pretty flowers along at the
restaurant above.

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Marc, our fearless BBX leader,
gives the local some trouble.
So do Mehdi and Barbara.

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