Sea Cliff Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... feel better but in the evening I started to get worse again ... So today I experienced a slice of local Dar life when I went to the local doctors ( the expat doctor is closed at the moment ) it was an interesting experience for sure, and I'm pleased a local came along with me as I would have had no idea where to go or what to do each time I needed to go to a different area and pay another lot of money. Up shot is I have a slight case of Malaria so am ...
... welcome assembly for the students (all 2 hours of it!) were I was welcomed to the school and had to speak, was a bit nerve racking as was the first time I spoke Swahili in a public setting! ( the very little I do know) ... While I love helping to teach the children during the school day, I especially love just hanging out with them and giving them my time and attention after school (sometimes all these children need) ...
... the tour, but yet also charge an entrance fee of TS 5000 pp. We are only informed of the entrance fee at the end of the tour when heading back to the taxi. Before you know it, you can spend quite a bit of money here. The spice tour fee is USD 40.00 pp, but well worth it.Back in Stone Town, we find a tour operator, Amo Zanzibar Tours and Safaris, which we can definitely recommend, owned by Amour and Noreen and arrange to do some ...
... met Violet, a teenage girl who lives with them and helps around the house. Charles' mother-in-law, Esther, and her husband were visiting for a while and so came to join us for lunch. The house is shared with three other collegues who popped in and out. The three of us enjoyed thick sweet mango juice while the kitchen bustled with activity. A water jug, basin and soap were brought around for washing of hands between courses of ...
... to get to your next hostel. One guy even said he ended up thanking his assailant at the end. Tanzanian Stockholm Syndrome I guess.
The other method is the long distance coach. These will get you to the more distant destinations. Unfortunately though journey times are usually between 8 and 10 hours, the seats don't really recline, and the ride is often very uncomfortable even on the "luxury" buses. You also have to choose your seat very tactfully (or tactically): if you sit at the ...