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... Stone Town is famous
for its doors! There are over 500 wooden carved doors, many of which
are the oldest part of the house, they are built before the rest of
the house. They serve as a symbol of the wealth and status of a
household. As you can see from the many pictures we took of doors
they have many different carvings, including scriptures from the
Our first day we walked around and
orientated ourselves making sure ...
... Then there were big piles of jeans that all looked worn but still able to be used, shoes and odd shoes, nick-knacks and street food. However, it is very dangerous! Harriet managed to accidentally walk into a man pushing his trolling overfilled with food, who then collided with a cyclist who fell off his bike into a tuk-tuk!
The 'great Samaritan', then took us to a hostel he recommended. I have stayed in a few hostels and this one was pure luxury compared! It had a TV in ...
... we dedicated ourselves to writing and reading. Gonzalo went jogging for a while.
At about 13.00 we were hungry again so we decided to walk to the village of Paje and try to look for a local place where we could have something simple and cheap. We ended up in the place named “African BBQ”. They offered us rice, beans and spinach for TZS 3,000 and one soda for TZS 600. The food was super boring but what concerns the price it was exactly what we were aiming ...
... AND cuddling/kissing afterward. When there are five other males lining up to take your place, it's important to treat your lady right!! Ladies, remember this! So many more stories but its time for to indulge in a seafood feast! I arrived in Zanzibar this afternoon and the catch was plenty today. I need to get somewhere to transfer pictures off my camera and onto my iPad. So for now, no ...
... 8220;Johnny come latelies” have taken to calling any snorkel trip in this area “Safari Blu”, leaving off the final “e”. As a British expat, local Zanzibarians resent her “intrusion” into their tourism business. The copy cats even copied the color of her sun awning when she switched from green to blue, to sync up with her company name.
We traded business cards, and returned to our group. Lazing under ...