Dar es Salaam may mean "haven of peace," but it's hard to find respite in this frenetic Tanzanian port. It's not impossible, though. Down a dusty dirt track in the Mikocheni district, a 10-minute taxi ride from the center, is Addis in Dar
, an Ethiopian restaurant that serves calm and culture with its cuisine. On
the upper floor in an old colonial house, soulful African music plays to a backdrop of traditional handicrafts and jewelry for sale, and de rigueur pictures of the "Lion of Judah," Emperor Haile Selassie, in his safari...
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