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... we said our good-byes to Shaun. It had been
great to see and travel with him again, but he was heading back home – and not
off to Zanzibar with us.
We also said good-bye to Godwin & Issa – our wonderful
guides and drivers for our Tanzanian safari.
We boarded our Precision Air flight to Zanzibar, and to our
delight (pleasant surprise) all of our luggage arrived in Zanzibar with us.
We were picked up by ...
... job just right, so at the end we had all our fights rebooked and it
was all okay. Oh I forgot to tell you about the tips. After the first check in
the guy, who put our luggage on the trolley walked back to us and said: “Your
luggage are all okay, tips, tips?!” How can I say that, without being very
mean……No? You are just doing your job……What the hell? Okay it’s Africa, but
seriously? Okay after that my patience and tolerance ...
... day run, gorgeous beach, beautiful boats arriving...fresh catch laying one the sand...so much to encounter....I donīt remember the distance I ran but I went to one of the fancy hotels just to send my parents a Chistmas greeting (they of course were no where near internet and didnīt respond for days...now they understand!) and ran back... (also if you got a random Christmas greeting from me...you were really lucky!) Back to the hotel to shower and eat breakfast (included) I ...
... before heading home so the locals provide all the common souvenirs that are in demand. Decided to lash out on a seafood platter in a well recommended restaurant in the evening but were disappointed with the dry seafood we were served up. Bugger - our last night in Stone ...
... the way back before it got
dark. We found a cool beach bar (Livingstone Beach Restaurant) for
sunset and watched the beach boys perform acrobatic flips to some
nice background music. The next day we visited the former slave
market which now sits an Anglican church. It was cheap to get in and
we saw where they used to hold the slaves while the guide explained
the history. Basically the Arabs used to sell the African slaves but
it was the British ...