Kilimani Kwetu Bungalows
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... them up to the light like stained glass windows, I wish I had more.
After a morning cycle on the beach, we sadly depart for our final stay at the Z hotel in Nungwi. It is larger but the ocean is magnificent & our rooms allow for magnificent views. Will is completing his next Scuba stage with the very slick East Africa Diving Co. & we are relaxing by the pool/beach awaiting our massage. ...
... looking forward to.
We finish the evening with a delicious dinner in an Ethiopian restuarant. We are escorted home through the dark alleyways for the 15 minute walk. The local lads are watching soccer with great enthusiasm & cats roam the streets. Early to bed to enjoy our last night in the sultan's suite. Our 5am wake up from the nearby mosque adds to the mystique. A beautiful stay.
... was I, our room was awful, it smelt terrible, looked terrible and had the loudest air con unit I've ever heard in it. I was so tired that I had to have a siesta which wasn't particularly nice in that environment. I'd arranged to meet some of the group in reception at 5pm to go out to the night markets, Martyn didn't fancy it and I was so pleased to see Jess there, I hadn't really had the chance to speak to her ...
... alleyways to explore and do a bit of shopping. The girls successfully managed to exhaust Gary and he eventually called it a day..., so back to the hotel for a glass of wine on the roof terrace. We had dinner at the night market - a local taste sensation of wraps, chipata breads, seafood, samosas and kebabs of all descriptions (except pork of course!).The food and vibe was ...
... shocked me was that allspice is in fact from one tree! We headed north to Nungwi with the motto of hakuna matata for some relaxation, snorkelling in the bright turquoise waters and feeding giant, ancient tortoises. Another great tour with great company ended with a delicious curry eaten cross legged in Arabian surroundings.
I pop home for a quick re-pack before a foodie reunion in Costa Rica and then I shall be starting my final placement in ...