The Africa House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... Elephants Pair of cheetahs lying under a tree, we were the only group to see them Then we stopped for a brunch at the campsite, pineapple rice in the morning hit the spot perfectly. We then headed back out for another Game drive and this time we saw, Sleeping lions under a tree Elephants everywhere. An even more impressively an elephants massive knob! Hippos Zebra Ostriches The best part of it all was that I got to ...
... for a while. After a few unsuccessful attempts at spotting something I was so tired that I just gave it up and rather enjoyed the view of jumping dolphins safely from the boat.
Then we drove to a coral reef and continued with snorkeling. Unluckily there was only average visibility so we didnīt see that much besides a few colorful fish.
Once we were done with water activities we went back to the coast and had a king breakfast directly on the beach.
... decided to have a drink on the beach. After our food we strolled for a bit taking photos of the beach before our snorkelling meeting. In the end Christina and I are the only two doing the full day trip since it has a marine reserve and lunch included. I hope it is really good since Christina didn't seem sure as it is her first time snorkelling. I just figure that we have all day and I don't want to just sit on the beach so why not go for better marine viewing. After the meeting ...
... are so horrific. She mostly fights for the rights of women, who have no rights, are sold for cows, and can basically be put in jail for being raped. Even though every little inch she gets makes some difference, she made it seem like it was an amazingly sad and almost hopeless situation. Both of the cops are climbing Kili and leaving the day after us. Their climb is only 5 days, ...
... modern) airport again. We did arrive a little late and thus did not arrive at Kilindi till around an hour after was planned. Yet we were welcomed warmly by the staff and taken to our respective rooms to take in just what we have at our disposal and will enjoy in the coming days. The coming day for me is out into Zanzibar proper, enjoying and learning about the sights, the history and the people. Perhaps a little shopping and of course searching for the unique tastes of the ...