Goodbye Tanzania! Welcome Back Philippines!

sleeping filipinoRocky and I arrived at Ninoy Aquino International Airport last Sunday around 1 o’clock in the afternoon via Qatar Airways. The travel time from Julius Nyerere Airport (Tanzania) to Doha International Airport (Qatar) was 6 hours. We stay at Doha for 3 hours and bought some chocolates in Duty Free. After that, we went to terminal 11 for connecting flight to Manila (Philippines) and the travel time took 9 hours.

6 thoughts on “Goodbye Tanzania! Welcome Back Philippines!”

  1. Hi Shawie,

    Nice pics… Buti ka pa nakita mo na ulit ang Pinas…

    Been looking the net for some infos and advises at laking tuwa ko na lumabas ang website mo. Andito ako ngayon sa Saudi at may offer sa akin to work for 6 months in Tanzania (dont know yet the exact place), the offer is a lump sum wherein ako n ang bahala sa accommodation ko. I need your advise pls if you can estimate how much I will spend for my monthly accommodation + utilities there. Transportation is under negotiation pa. Advise din please what are the visa requirements, how to get it and where. Nag-iisue rin ba sila sa Tanzania ng business visa which is good for 6 months or I have to have a work permit to work there? Paano ang tax? Money remittance? Honored ba nila international driver’s license na issued sa atin?

    Sorry if magulo ang e-mail ko.

    Maraming salamat sa ano mang maitutulong mo sa akin.
    Ador

  2. Hi Shawie,

    Pwede bang humingi ng advise may offer kasi sakin sa tanzania hindi ko pa din alam kung san location sa Mining.Hindi ba nakakatakot sa tanzania hindi ba magulo dun.May mga banko ba na pwede kang mag padala ng pera sa pilipinas.Need your advice

    Salamat
    Reynante

  3. Hi Ador,

    Sorry sa late reply ko ha medyo busy kasi. Mas ok sana kung sagot ng company mo yung accomodation mo. Medyo mahal kasi ang rent ng house dun. Itanong mo din ang transpo mo kasi mahal din ang taxi, meron naman Dala-dala(mini-bus) pero siksikan. Ok naman ang Tanzania, mababait at friendly mga tao. About remittance ang alam ko Western Union lang. Pwede na yung int’l driving license mo.

  4. Hi Reynante,

    Ok ang mining sa Tanzania basta ok ang offer sayo :). Actually yan ang isa sa mga big industry sa TZ. Mining ng gold and diamonds :). Hindi nakakatakot pre and mababait & friendly mga tao dun, basta magready ka lang sa malaria hehehe lalo na kung sa magubat ka madedestino. May Moneygram & Western Union sila.

    Goodluck sa pagpunta mo sa Tanzania. 🙂

  5. Hello po. I would like to ask where I can get a visa to enter Tanzania. Can we Filipinos apply directly at the Dar Es Salaam International Airport? Did you not encounter any problems in the Immigrations at the Philippine airport on your way to Manila to Tanzania?
    Thanks a lot

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