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... really seemed like the happiest man in the world, couldn't care less and moved me through the visa line quickly. And by line I mean he took my money, passport and visa application, handed it to the window, and then I joined the sweaty mass of people straining to hear someone call their name. Surprisingly, despite this not so efficient process, they had digital hand readers and a pretty official looking visa. I was actually quite impressed! After moving ...
... the best seafood I've ever had! We said goodbye to our final German today, Gregor, who's off to climb Kilimanjaro... And then there were 7! He is a rally fun guy and him leaving makes it feel like the beginning of the end of Africa (for me, not Africa completely!). After the beaches of Malawi and Zanzibar we now head north for some more game drives. First stop tonight is a snake reserve before we head into the Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater. Bring on the elusive ...
... and correct my pronunciation. Currency has also been a big adjustment: 1 Canadian dollar equals approximately 1,600 Tanzanian Shillings. But I am adjusting well and embracing every new experience.
As of October 3rd our group separates with myself and Bhreagh traveling north to Arusha and Shivani, Ruby and Olivia going to the island of Zanzibar.
Stay tuned! More to come from ...
... of score in
the Chiefs v Brumbies Final. After intial depression the truck erupted
in the final few minutes.
Into the camp, we could see the sea. Tents went up on the sand just 50 m
from the water. We upgraded again, right on the beach. All going well, we would leave for
JNB after 2 nights here. But we hadnt got confirmation of the flight.
Nothing planned here just rest and relax at the beach.
At 3.30pm ...
... is probably one of the best beaches I have seen in my lifetime of travels. The sand is as soft as flour, and the water is turquoise. It really was the perfect place to relax after 10 weeks of volunteering! The food was also really tasty, but every day I did have to share my glass of water with a friend I made...see the pictures! A paradise that has been added to the "I will return here one day list"!!