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... after having a wonderful local dinner, Simon
asked for a guitar. They gave one to him and he played for a while next to the campfire. It was so perfect. Listening to the music, feeling the breeze in my
hair and looking at a sky I never seen before, but in South Africa. There are
so many stars, it’s crazy. I’ve never felt so relax in my whole life, neither
has been my boyfriend. It’s just like there are no more tensions in my body. We
just enjoy the ...
... because I was locked in...) and then got a little bit lost in the maze on the return...perfect for photo taking with the cool doors and I finally stumbled upon the corner I was looking for :D. Then off I went to the North via taxi (there is also a shuttle for $20 less but whatever and oops).
I forgot to mention, one last thing before heading north I had to give away my shoes (I brought a bunch with me and clothes too; sadly it still felt like it was not ...
... getting toned legs from all the hovering/squatting and in general good laughs with old friends and new I wouldn't have done it any other way. This wouldn't be a trip many people could or would want to do. It involved extremely early mornings, pitching and taking down tents pretty much everyday, meals preps/dishes/cleaning, subpar restrooms, hours upon hours of driving and being dirty. My feet were atrocious at one point (as I'm sure everyone's were). I had ...
... this is a small island 30 min away on a junk. Not really a Chinese Junk, just a boat that was a pile of junk. The turtles cost $7US per head to get in to see. They were all very sad. Huge buggers but very sad. There are about 100 bored and badly kept turtles here. We went for a swim in crystal clear water of the sea on a beach that was absolutely magnificent.
We took a romantic ride on a local boat that has a distinctive sail. Again I would describe it as ...
... choppy so we both sat out the back and enjoyed the
fresh air and waves. The boat arrived in Stone Town where we planned
to stay for a few days. Zanzibar has its own immigration so upon
exiting the boat you have to fill out another immigration form and
clear customs and then you got hassled by touts trying to get you to
stay at places where they can get commission. We knew where we were
going but a tout still followed us. Upon arriving at 1001 nights ...