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Travel Blogs from Zanzibar
... night there was a Full Moon
Party at Kendwa Rocks and after going to Thailand it had a lot to
look up to. Unfortunately it was more a resort party rather than a
full on beach party but we still had fun and met some cool people. We
spent 4 nights in Nungwe and mainly just relaxed and ate a lot of
seafood :-) Our favourite restaurant was Barraka Bungalows/Restaurant
which had tables located on the beach and you could pick your own
seafood off ...
... the Masai tribe and lipstick! it looked like a spiky green nutmeg on the outside but it had seeds that would mush into a paste once pressed on!
The slave cave was very interesting, as you walked down the steps and then clambered further down the cave you wouldn't notice until the guide points out that your breathing has become shallow.
Stone Town, also offers a huge food market in the evenings, where there are kebabs of fish and meat of all kinds put on a BBQ ...
... to the resort... nobody has cars! If I were to put a number to it, I'd say less than 5% of the population drives and the rest walk or ride bikes.
We finally arrive to our resort and get the run down on where things are and what to do. What a nice place with great rooms. Three young girls come grab our bags and take them to our room. We walk in to nice tile floors, a massive bathroom, massive bedroom and a cool little back patio. The balcony door was handcrafted from ...
... got scared when saw this and went home as they thought war is starting or something. Haha! Anyway this time we wanted to go to east coast where we had never been before and especially this far by ourselves. We had no clue which dala, which number and where to find it. We called Raimond for some help, well at least we got dala's number and which direction it has to say. When we started the trip we were only two girls in dala dala. Ofc we had been tried to be cheated to pay ...
... main street to try to catch another tuk-tuk. After a while we stopped one and it turned out to be our tuk-tuk guy from the first day. He was on his way to our hotel. We negotiated with him a little bit and finally he agreed to take us from our hotel to the Malawi High Commission, from the Malawi High Commission back to our hotel and then from our hotel to the port for TZS 15,000 (exchange rate: TZS 1,600= USD 1). We weren´t even so late, still on time! Unfortunately after ...