Kilima Kidogo Guesthouse
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... and chill out area. Proper Chicken and chips for dinner. It's a party on tonight but we are so so tired that we fall asleep without any probs despite the loud and bad music. A guy nicked my Swiss pocket knife out of my pocket in a packed Daladala! I noticed him on my leg but did not check - silly ...
Just a short coach journey and we were back in stone town. This is the place to cover shoulders and knees and follow all rules if you don't wanna be acid attacked :) I can safely say I survived Stone Town! Yay! So the spice tour was quite interesting despite walking around in the rain and getting attacked by Mosquitos and the biggest ants ever! Just some of the things we tasted and smelt were, cinnamon ...
- Local people always appreciate if you can say at least “hi” and “thank you” in Swahili.
- Karibu! = Welcome!
- Jambo! = Hello!
- Habari? = How are you? -> Mzuri. = Fine.
- Mambo? = What´s up? -> Pwa. = Cool.
- Asante (sana). = Thank you (very much).
- Hakuna matata (matatizo in Zanzibar) = No problem.
- Paka = Cat
- Mzungu = White ...
... roof for delivery. The passenger compartment is filled as much as possible with people. I counted twenty two at the peak of our journey. As we were making our way across the islan, I had a little girl of about four sitting next to me. She decided that my leg looked just like a pillow and was soon dozing next to me. Ten minutes later she felt this position was no longer comfortable and she crawled onto my lap as a cat would and then started to doze off in my arms. It was at this ...
... in fact infectious and my body is now ready to accept this new outlook on life (the lyrics of that song come to mind 'this wide eyed wander' and all that). Traveling to one of the many beaches is a must but now I have to work out which one is more of a chilled vibe and which is aimed at richer travellers then me.
I am of course tempted by the diving of the region but feel in no rush to find a place to go. If it happens it shall happen but until then a hakuna ...