Travel Blogs from Paje
... further away and next thing you know, you are pinned against a wall! We walk rapidly and make it past their "boundary". Seems like they have an area they cover and once we are out of this area, we appear to be 'safe”. Then we have to get by the night market and then to our room to get ready for diving tomorrow. Yea, diving tomorrow!
... the waterfront area gets filled with food stalls serving fish kebabs, zanzibar pizzas and sugar cane juice (amazing). There is also great entertainment in the form of all the local boys diving off the harbour walls into the sea, this went on for hours with the dives getting more elaborate each time.
Our next stop on Zanzibar was Jambiani on the south east of the island where we stayed at Mbyuni bungalows, a great budget option on the beach ...
... with glass bowl sink on the vanity and a walled-in shower area in the doorless bath alcove next to our door to go outside. The floor and walls are wood and the roof is thatch. It would be nice to have another chair....since I appropriated this one, Juliet is outside on the rope beds without the 500 shilling mattress. We'll go for an evening swim soon. Not sure about dinner. We are beginning to feel the money flying through our fingers but I ...
... don’t want to get too heavy here. But it makes you appreciate certain things more – especially when we then found ourselves lazing on a beach for 3 days. It was great to get some time where we could actually stay put for a few days and relax. You may scoff at the use of the word 'relax’, and don’t get me wrong – I loved every minute of the trip so far. Nevertheless, each day normally starts with putting the tent down ...
... en même temps ; ils essayent d'attraper des poissons dans leurs filets blancs.
Je réalise que les femmes locales ne sont pas aussi chaleureuses envers nous que les hommes... mais pas étonnant! Nous voici à peine vêtues, jouant et ne faisant pas grand chose, quand elles passent plus de sept heures dans l'eau à faire la collecte des algues, complètement habillées jusqu’aux pieds et tirant de grands sacs dans l’eau!
Le soir, après dîner, ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed