Kilimani Kwetu Bungalows
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... smell and noise is overwhelming from auctions in one part of the fish market to open air stalls piled high with shark, tuna, squid, whitebait, many crawling with dozens of flies.
There are ornate doors on many of the buildings, many with several large locks. These wooden doors are finely decorated and the intricacy of the brass or wooden studs that protrude from the doors, traditionally heralded one’s social status in the ...
... goat, swordfish in spices & pilaf, finished off with a rose water & pistachio pavlova. Perfect NYE.
We are up bright & early ready to explore stonetown. The boys go diving for the day. Our first stop is the local produce market & we are accompanied by a guide from the hotel so we don't get lost in the myriad of alleyways. We shop for spices & fresh vanilla pods, grown on the island. We ...
... see two rhino en route so all round a win win situation. I won't talk about the mini dispute I had with Nick prior to this but let's just say it doesn't always pay to be over cautious. Day two weather not great disappointing as we were hoping to go snorkeling and whale watching but it was too windy. Plan b we went to the beach and had a walk and then spoke to a local chap who suggested we stop at a little lodge overlooking the sea where we may be lucky enough to spot the whales. Well ...
... br> fisherman working hard. The reef meant you could not swim in the sea
as the tide was too far out most of the time. We were confused at
first to see lots of kids squatting on the beach, however after a
while we twigged that they were actually going for a number two!
Nice! Not quite the luxury beach we thought, lol! The wind was also
quite strong on the east coast. Regardless of all this we still
decided to stay at Key Bungalows for 4 nights (1 ...
... 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 ...