Kilimani Kwetu Bungalows
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... seeing where everything comes from. On a cinnamon tree, all parts of the tree are used, the bark, the trunks, the leaves, the stalks and the roots. Crazy days. Anyways we had a lovely lunch, very luxurious on the floor with serving bowls that looked more like washing up buckets, but I tell you what, the food was amazing. Then we headed back to town and had a wander around the old town which is cool. I have found another jewelry box to add to my ...
... of cocktails.
This was a merry evening :-) We also went to Mnemba Island for some
snorkelling, a private resort island which costs over a $1000 dollars
a night to stay. You may have seen in photos as from the air it is in
a shape of a heart. The snorkelling was ok but this made me really
want to go diving again. Especially after meeting a Colombian couple
Henry and Claudia who are doing a lot of diving on their travelling
trip. Unfortunately ...
... Ferry back to DAR the next morning.
What could possibly go wrong after such a wonderful trip?
Only traveling back of course! Coming off the ferry and walking in the heat of DAR, we find the coach office. We asked if we could book the 2pm coach ride back to Ukunda. "Oh no, I'm not sure you want to do that! Stay in DAR for the night and get early bus tomorrow morning." "Why not? We cannot afford another night in DAR." "Okay, well you won't arrive back to Ukunda until ...
... least at night. We were right on the beach and our room had an ocean view. Linds tried to get an upgrade by telling them we were on our honeymoon. They were going to give us something but asked for our marriage license...busted! We had a few drinks at the bar and went to ...
... to be like years ago before indoor electricity and plumbing... what a change 100 years has made.
28.11.13 - Its our last day and set to be the most exciting as it is not only our last day in Zanzibar, but our last in Africa. We have breakfast and pack up before being picked up by our replacement taxi driver to head down to the ports. Ali picks us up and races us through traffic to make the 12:30 ferry to Dar Es Salaam for our flight to Dubai. We make it to ...