Paradise Beach Bungalows
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... us, almost close enough to touch. Magical. This was not my only underwater encounter of the week however; I also went diving off the coast in Paje. Although I've been diving for over 2 years now, this was my first wetsuit dive in a tropical location and it was beautiful. The coral, sealife and even the water itself is so much more vivid and colourful than diving back home and abundant with interesting fish and othersea creatures. ...
... 8217;ll have to come again Hakuna Matata.
Jambo, Jambo bwana, Hi, hi sir
Habari gani, Mzuri sana. How are you? Well thank you,
Wageni wetu, You are most welcome
Mwakaribishwa, Visitors are welcome
Tanzania Hakuna Matata. Tanzania, No worries
9th October, Zanzibar ...
... Its still an hour until dinner so we sit on the outside balcony with a crisp glass of good white wine (its been a while) and watch the sun slowly setting. Its peaceful, relaxing and so beautiful. We take our seat for dinner as 4 other people enter the restaurant, more Norwegians! Two young couples treating themselves to a nice dinner, but its the drinking they are interested in too and not before long their volume button hits max. Not knowing we are from Norway, they talk very ...
... shock and I didn't want to believe where I appeared. The school was not even finished to build and it didn't remind a healthy building at all. Actually it was dangerous to well being not only for kids but for everyone! Nails, metals, bricks, rocks, saws, etc were everywhere! Classes without doors or windows, not protected stairs.. So exactly on the first week in school one boy fell down from stairs and broke his arm. Actually it was both bones and nobody knew what to ...
... who were all starting to get on each others nerves. To be fair, everyone kept their tempers quite well and were generally quite collegiate, but there were certainly a few irritable people on board, including me and Wayne. In spite of the arduous journey, there were some interesting things to see along the way. We were lucky enough to get a good glimpse of Mount Kilimanjaro (our friend Sam is going to start climbing it tomorrow - good luck ...