Kilima Kidogo Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Greetings all from Zanzibar airport! This is the last entry in this blog, for I am now leaving Tanzania for new and exciting things ... but more of that later. For now, I hope you enjoy reading about my time in Zanzibar, featuring seahorses, Masai warriors and dolphins. We - myself, Dani and Alex - started our stay on the Island in Fumba, at a beautiful hotel with fabulous rooms (which opened out on to the beach), delicious food and ...
... Dom: Hi, looking forward to see you again, and the Chinese restaurant. Hope you enjoyed your holiday. Kili was great fun, extremely glad I made it to the top. Even though Pippa did not make it, I’ll let it go seeing as it was for a good reason. Now lazing around in Zanzibar, having a great time. See you soon. Dom
Rob: Hi all, Hope your time without me has been fun, not long till my return now. Made it up the hill that it Kili, only being sick at the very top, ...
... not overly exciting. The Lodge is a backpackers place and has a relaxed vibe. We are very pleasantly surprised with the standard, we have out own hut with en suite, warm shower and double bed with mosquito netting. Its lunch time so we head out to the outside communal area, cozy seating around a bar with our feet in the sand, very charming. Above the bar are two Norwegian flags, hmmm, Bradt said this place was owned by a Swedish couple, I guess he got confused! A large ...
... shock! They (school personal ) started touching his hand to figure out if it's fracture and if it is than where is it located. But you could have seen a big curve in his hand which told by itself about the fracture! I am so happy it didn't lead to an open one which might change kids life in many ways (according to the health system level they have here). What about parents ??? Well, what they said was "happened so happened, hmmmm". What an amazing parenting it is! I could ...
... also got a slow-paced 'city tour' of Dar (otherwise known as a traffic jam), while receiving a generous 'African massage' I.e the name our tour guides give the truck experience on bumpy roads. Incredibly we've learnt to sleep through these. We finally arrived at our camp site by the sea and yet again sacked off camping in favour of a seafront bungalow on stilts for $10, bargain. It was a great campsite, we went for a paddle in the sea, had a ...