Day 294: Crossing into Tanzania

The middle-man was trying to squeeze extra cash out of the situation, but shut up once I told him to zip it. Photo: Isaac Stone Simonelli

AND all the worry was for naught. Rafiki and I sailed through immigration and customs at the border.

There was a small hiccup with regards to the type of insurance I was sold. After a great deal of pushing, I managed to get them to switch the insurance to COMESA, which is good outside of Tanzania -- I want to leave my options open. It's probably fake insurance, which is common in these parts. So, I took pictures of the men, the documents and their contact information to ensure I could pass it on to authorities if there were any issues.

Thankfully there issues with the drone. In fact, nobody checked my bags at all.

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