Sea Cliff Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the busy buzz of this country, especially at the ferry. Stefan, Juma and me ger lost in Bajaj on way home from beach due to Juma's "shortcut". The guy is nice but worth two a penny. Mango and banana pancakes at Nicole's. Bosco gives us a lift to the ferry and we hang out on Holiday Inn's roof top restaurant for a late dinner and drinks. Goodbye at airport to Juma and Muba. Nina sad and confused. Sarah tired. The end of a great adventure. ...
... 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 ...
... It is thought around 60,000 slaves were sold in Kelele square a year, and Zanzibar was one of the last places to abolish the slave trade. Most of the slaves were from Northern Africa, Ethiopia and Sudan often chiefs sold their own tribe members for money and it was often other villages that walked the slaves to be sold rather than the expected slave trader. We made our way into the quarters that slaves were kept in the night before being sold ...
... processed on Monday. We objected that we had sent an email to the ambassador and he had confirmed us that the opening hours were from Monday to Friday. The guy was like: "Yes, but today is Saturday." And then we realized. We just completely lost perception of time. Well, we had to go back and pay for the tuk-tuk which was an absolute waste of money. At the same time we had to adjust our plans to a newly ...
... and everything that has happened to me here has changed me
in a way I can’t accurately describe. I am still the same person, just
brighter, and more aware. I feel so incredibly
lucky to have had an experience that has had this kind of effect on me. And I
did it completely for myself, and no one else. It was something I really wanted
to do, so I worked hard and made it happen, and it has been the most amazing
experience of my life. ...