Kilimani Kwetu Bungalows
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... Cup overnight.
Despite that, we were all still there drinking tea and
chatting at 11.00am.
After that, everyone went their own different way. Some went
for manicures and/or pedicures, others for a massage, some for a lie down and
some for a walk along the beach.
Later, one by one we re-grouped under a shelter at the edge
of the ...
... Two dolphins jumping into the waves. The captain approach them and said
to us “Jump, jump!” So we jumped in the water just next to them. The feeling at
this moment is just indescribable. It is so peaceful to swim around these
amazing animals. Then when they went deeper in the water, the captain called us
and we went on the boat again. We navigated for a little while after we found
them again. We jumped one more time in the water and this time I was so close ...
... I'd say it was a mistake...so hot!). Obviously enjoying as much as possible, dropped off bags and out I went to explore, take photos. Encountering beach boys...one who stuck with me nearly all afternoon....at least I was with company...never alone while traveling alone...really!
It was here I really fell in love with the Dhow boats....so many more here, all fishing boats (I really wanted to go fishing...though they head out at 5 pm and return between 2-6...no ...
... eat and use natural products and be at one with nature. Would be cheaper than the amount i spend on medicine and in lush I figured. After our tour was finished we sat under a cover and had the chance to try some more of the exotic fruit that they grew including, pink grapefruit, star fruit and jack fruit etc, which was great. It got better when we had the chance to sample some of the tea that they grew which was well up my street. Our trip to ...
After leaving Mwanza we took a short
cheap flight (£35) to Dar Es Salaam to avoid the 14 hour bus
journey. We arrived late at night and stayed at Safari Inn which was
cheap and cheerful. The next day we briefly walked around Dar (Not
much to see) before boarding our 2 hour Catamaran to Zanzibar. The
boat we booked through was Azam Marine and cost $35 each. This was a
brand new fast catamaran which had European standards :-).
It got ...