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... yet another small pride of lions – this one
protecting a freshly killed buffalo from the hyenas and jackals.
We eventually saw one black rhino but was so far away it was
barely discernible with binoculars.
We noticed a solitary, older, male lion walking with purpose
towards us. Occasionally he would stop and look behind – but at what we could
not tell. Godwin thought this was significant, so stopped and waited.
... The guide was a young man really interesting. You
could see he had a passion for his island and he also surprised me, because he
told us he was speaking five languages, he has practically learned by himself,
as German and Russian.
After being back at our bungalow, we enjoyed our last hours
there and went to bed early, because our flight was at 6 the next morning and
we had to drive one hour to get to the airport. We woke up at three. It was
officially the ...
... I settled in for a natural pinnapple juice, beach boy left and then another lime juice as I refreshed and realized I had picked the perfect spot and time to watch the fishermen on their Dhows head out for a night of fishing.....amazing!! From there I went as quickly as possible back before the tide trapped me! Dropped off my stuff and in I went for a dip in the Indian Ocean again...go pro in hand! Inspired but a little late I decided I wanted to snorkel.
I found ...
... enjoyable evening, right up to the point that the bill came and mine and Jacks tea came to $8 which I'm sure you'll agree is an absolute outrage! From here we all headed to the night market which has lots of food stalls in the square of the centre of town. This was really cool and the whole place had a really good feel, all be it a bit stonery, I could make a joke about the connection with the name stone town but I won't because I'm better ...
... 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 ...